This is an authentic Japanese mask of Okina made of clay from late 1900s.
Okina is old man played at traditional Japanese Noh play at the theather.
His character is a god of bringing longevity and prosperity to families. The mask is the oldest of the Noh repertoire and represents an older male with long white beard expressing wisdom.
The eyebrow and the separated chin makes it different from the other masks and this mask will add great charm to your home.