Japanese acupuncture meridian doll

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Japanese acupuncture meridian doll

This is a meridian doll made by mash paper in Edo period. On which 14 meridians and about 360acupoints are painted. In Japan, acupuncture & moxubustion has over 1500years history, and has own technique.

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Japan kyusyu saga

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80cm
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17cm
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20cm
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