Taiko (太鼓), or wadaiko (和太鼓) as they’re called in Japan, refers to Japanese percussion instruments. Taiko drums have been used in Japan as early as the 6th century and thought to have been introduced by Korean and Chinese influence. In feudal Japan, drums were used in battle to motivate warriors and set a marching pace. The taiko depicted is referred to as an o-daiko (大太鼓), the largest drum in a performance, and features a tomoe symbol on the drum head.
Available in two sizes. Frame not included.
- Material: Mohawk Superfine Ultrawhite Eggshell 270gsm acid-free card from GF Smith
- Printing process: Archival giclee pigment ink
- Origin: Printed and hand-cut in Nottingham, United Kingdom
Delivery times & prices
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- UK deliveries: 3-4 working days via Royal Mail 1st class
- International deliveries available via Royal Mail International Standard Airmail
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For more information on shipping times for international deliveries, please check the delivery & returns page.
Due to travel arrangements, I will be shipping these prints around August 18, 2017.