Chashaku Yasuhisa twenty-nine Kimura Shonosuke 29 Jan 1995 - Mar 2001

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Yasuhisa Ornamental Sumo Tea Ceremony  二十九代木村庄之助 twenty-nine gen. Kimura Zhuang  bamboo tea scoop inscription『出し幣』To Begin/To Get Out/ To Reveal/ To Show『最高の勲績』most, highest, maximum, uppermost, supreme『土州』earth; dust; Red clay /Land  Size: Height 2.0cm / width 19.0cm / depth 19.0cm 

300,00 €

A Gyōji (行 司) is a professional sumo judge. A Gyōji usually enters the sumo world been taken by a number of influential noble families associated with sumo, such as Kimura, Shikimori, Yoshida, Iwai, Kise and Nagase.Originally there were no official referees in the sumo: if there were close encounters, the emperor would have determined the winner. It was not until the beginning of the 16th century, with the help of Oda Nobunaga that the figure of the gyōji began to make an appearance. The gyōji also has the responsibility of encouraging the wrestlers. Here a "Talisman" and a perfect gift for a Sumo lover! 

Kimura Shonosuke 29

Jan 1995 - Mar 2001 Nishonoseki Beya
Sakurai Haruyoshi
DOB: 26-March-1936
POB: KochiJan 1995 - Mar 2001Nishonoseki Beya
Sakurai Haruyoshi
DOB: 26-March-1936
POB: Kochi