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[ID] 725¡¡¡¡( ID:725 )
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[Color] color
[Size] 91x139
[Cabinet] 16-15-0
[Keyword] life
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In the Edo era, outcast beggars were assigned to a strict social rank and were controlled by the government. They wore rush mats over their heads, so were called "Kaburi Kojiki" or "Komo Kaburi ", and begged in front of houses.