Odaiko Used For Okinawan Eisa Dance
Eisa is a folk dance in Okinawa, Japan. Eisa odaiko is a special taiko used for eisa dance. It is very light that the performers carry it with a sash. Players perform it with eisa dance energetically. Body is made of natural light wood. Skins are cowhide. The sound produced is low and powerful sounds. 1 shaku is suited for students from elementary school. 1.3 shaku suited for students from junior high school. 1.5 shaku should be used for students from high school and adults. A bachi comes with it.
|Diameter of Head (1 shaku)||30cm (About 12in)|
|Diameter of Head (1.3 shaku)||39cm (About 15in)|
|Diameter of Head (1.5 shaku)||45cm (About 18in)|
|Height (1 shaku)||33cm (About 13in)|
|Height (1.3 shaku)||42cm (About 17n)|
|Height (1.5 shaku)||48cm (About 19in)|
|Order Processing Time:||About 2-60 Business Days|
Questions & AnswersAsk a Question
What are the weight of each one of the eisa odaiko sizes?
Thank you for inquiring.
1 shaku is about 4kg.
1.3 shaku is about 6kg.
1.5 shaku is about 8kg.