Stirrup (Wa Abumi)

possibly Japanese

On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 377

Excavated from the burial mound at Wada, in Nara Prefecture, this stirrup is an example of the earliest type used in Japan, probably imported from China or Korea.

Stirrup (<i>Wa Abumi</i>), Iron, possibly Japanese

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