Black-fumigated ‘kamidana’ (‘zushi’) folk shrine altar with renovated roof in olden days, as the place of ‘kami’ (god) for the belief and for the everyday relief. Hangable. Meiji-Taisho period, early 20th century, Japan. approx. H 29.5cm (11.61in), W 21cm (8.26in), D 27.5cm (10.82in)
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