Hariko papier-mâché is a craft where paper or a similar material is layered over a mould made from wood or clay, leaving the inside hollow when finished and thus lighter than it looks on the outside. This craft originated in China, before being spread around the world.


  • Title: Young nobleman on a horse, Ryukyu Hariko
  • Subject Keywords: Okinawa Prefecture
  • Rights: Photo: Shikama Naoto

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