手板

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Grade: 1
いた
Grade: 3
kun'yomi

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手板 (hiragana ていた, romaji teita)

  1. a flat ritual baton or scepter of Chinese origin. Usually made of woods like Japanese yew, holly, cherry, sakaki, (Japanese cedar,) the shaku is often seen in portraits of shoguns and noblemen, but is now used mostly by Shinto priests (kannushi).

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