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Ojime from the Honolulu Museum of Art

Ojime (緒締め, lit. "cord fastener") are a type of bead which originated in Japan. They were worn between the inrō and netsuke and are typically under an inch in length. Each is carved into a particular shape and image, similar to the netsuke, though smaller.

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