Article of the Day:Taiko

Article of the Day:
Taiko

Though taiko simply means “drum” in Japanese, the word is often used outside of Japan to refer to the relatively recent phenomenon of ensemble taiko drumming, and to the drums it employs, which are among the world’s largest. In fact, some of these drums are so large that they remain in a single location and are never moved. Although modern taiko was established in 1951, its first recorded use was on the battlefields of ancient Japan. How were the drums used in warfare?: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tfd.mobile.TfdSearch

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