Some damage and wear and tear. See right side of moustache.
The Ko-jo was named by its creator Koushi and is one of the most clear-cut and refined Noh masks. This mask can be called either Ko-jyo or Koushi-jyo. It is used for elegant scenes of the play. Jyo means old man.
This is a fairly small mask as many Noh masks are smaller than face-size to make the wearer appear taller and larger than he actually is.
Papier mache – 7-1/2” x 4-1/2” (19 cm x 11.4 cm)
Item # 10038-M