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|Credit Line:||Gift of William Pepper, 1896|
Iku-pasuy (イクパスイ). Libation stick. Scholars initially called these mustache lifters thinking they were used to keep the man’s hair out of the way while drinking sake, but their actual function is to help send prayers to the gods during religious ceremonies.
|[Article] 1897. "Collections and Publications". Bulletin of the Free Museum of Science and Art. Vol. 1 (No. 1): 16-42. Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: 28||View Objects related to this Actual Citation|
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