In Japan, there are rich traditions of wearing masks that goes back to the earliest days of its recorded history. Japanese masks are used traditionally in theater, festivals or rituals. They are connected to folk myths and tales. Masks represent people, creatures, devil, ghosts, and animals.
Beyond the classical (and high-priced) masks, in Japan, it is very common to see especially in the traditional summer festivals children and young people wearing plastic masks of their favorite
characters. The characters are usually traditional or fads at the time. From manga or anime characters to mythical creatures.
Recently, these masks are increasingly popular amongst cosplayers globally.
What makes our plastic mask so nice-looking is that it is the creation out of the elabolate Mold, thus it has the details and making it as close to the artistic piece as you can get.
All masks we offer you are created and produced by Japanese well-established festival mask-maker omatsuriland who build stunning original mold in handmade one by one. In addition, mask's complex surface are painted by the method of spray coloring by which utilizes to present a premium matte textured finishing.
*left: handmade original mold ⇒ right: Mask created by using the mold
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Japanese plastic face masks with elastic string attached to hold them on your head.
Ideal for festival, cosplay or Halloween.
Finishing of mask's surface is egg-like a mat white paint.
Suitable for both adults and children aged 7 years+
Material..... (mask) PVC - (string) polyester, rubber
manufacturer... Daishin/Omatsuri-Land, Tokyo/Japan
made in China
Japanische Plastik Masken mit einer elastischen Schnur, die sie am Kopf hält.
Ideal für Festival, Cosplay oder Halloween.
Die Oberfläche der Maske ist eiförmig wie eine matte weiße Farbe.
Geeignet für Erwachsene und Kinder ab 7 Jahren
Material ...... (Maske) PVC - (Schnur) Polyester, gummi
Hersteller ... Daishin/Omatsuri-Land, Tokio/Japan
in China hergestellt
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Height 220 mm
Width 145 mm
Depth 80 mm
Weight 40 g
Kitsune is the Japanese word for fox. According to Japanese traditions, foxes are thought to be the messengers of the goddess Inari, who is the protector of rice, agriculture, and fertility. So, kitsune brings rich harvest, and it is a symbol of wealth. In Japanese myth, the gods themselves may appear as foxes. In other stories, foxes may appear as beautiful women to trick humans. Kitsune masks play a role in various festivals that celebrate these old myths.
Fox mask becomes popular among young people in Europe because BABYMETAL, a J-pop idol performs with it....
Height 210 mm
Width 150 mm
Depth 60 mm
Weight 40 g
One of the most iconic parts of kabuki role, Sujikuma. Actors apply their own make-up by painting their faces and necks white, then adding stylized lines in red, black or blue. This method of make-up called kumadori, it is specific to kabuki. The purpose of Kumadori is to exaggerate the veins and muscles to make them stand out, in order to express the movement of the actors’ facial expressions. By doing so, the actors are able to express that changing emotions to the audience. Especially, the red kumadori expresses justice, courage and strength so it is the color of make-up for the hero.
Height 210 mm
Width 140 mm
Depth 65 mm
Weight 40 g
As Noh is an art form that utilizes masks, there is a great variety of them. There are originally about 60 basic types of masks used in Noh plays. Among them, masks worn for female roles are particularly well known and rich in variety. Ko-omote, represents pure and innocent beauty of a young women. It is the most popular type of the Noh female masks that first comes into people's minds. The eyes, nose and mouth are placed a little closer to the center and it has a high-browed forehead and plump cheeks and chin.
Height 240 mm
Width 165 mm
Depth 55 mm
Weight 45 g
Hannya masks are also used in Noh theater, represented a female demon filled with malicious jealousy and hatred. Two sharp horns sprout from the temples, and bulbous, metallic eyes lie half
hidden beneath scowling brows. The gaping mouth is full of gold teeth, with upper and lower fangs that heighten her ferocity.
In the Noh, the Hannya masks are worn by actors as a female charactor who betrayed or spurned by their lovers or as demons who first appear in human form to trap the unwary.