Oshiki tray, black and red laquer ware on cypress wood
Japan, Edo period
Oshiki tray is a type of tray used for the placement of tableware. It is thought that it was also used for offering in the Shinto ritual, and many examples remain in Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples. They are generally square-shape as this one.
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