19 model arrows (hama-ya) with wooden shafts. 17 of the arrows have three white and brown feather flights, and shafts decorated with bands of black and gold lacquer. The two smaller arrows have a wooden shaft covered with red pigment and black and gold lacquer detail. These two have ivory notched ends with four feather flights attached above and below with grey silk cord. No heads are attached to any of the arrows.
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