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It is a yobiko flute made of copper.
A whistle blown by Okakkomi (unauthorized collaborators who served as the end of the police function) during the Edo period when they were chasing Geshunin (criminals).
total length: 39.5cm
Condition: used / There are scratches and stains.
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Japan post Air mail:7-10days (no insurance)
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