TANSU kimdir?

TANSU kimdir? Nereli, boyu, kilosu kaç? Müzikle ilgisi ne zaman başladı? İlk albümünü kaç yılında çıkardı?

{"bio":"Tansu (u7baau7b25) is the traditional mobile storage cabinetry indigenous to Japan. Tansu was first recorded in the Genroku era of the Edo period (1688u20131704). The two characters, tan and su, appear to have initially represented objects with separate functions: the storage of food and the carrying of firewood. Since the radical for bamboo appears in each of these characters, it may be conjectured that wood was not as yet used.During the time period in which tansu gradually became a feature of Japanese culture and daily life, 1657u20131923, both hard and softwoods were used by Tansuyas (tansu craftsmen), often in practical combination for a single chest. Woods commonly used in tansu included Keyaki (elm), Kuri (chestnut), Ezo matsu (pine), Sugi (cedar), Kiri (paulownia) and Hinoki (cypress).nMany collectors focus on finding genuine antique tansu. There are few workshops producing tansu in imitation of the classic antiques due to the high cost of materials and the very low prices of secondhand tansu. Larger chests are sometimes reduced in size, particularly futon chests, step chests and other chests with deep drawers . Some reproduction tansu have been reproduced in Korea using keyaki veneer.","images":[{"url":"https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/ae/Edo_Hibachi.JPG"},{"url":"https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/85/Himeji_model7.JPG"},{"url":"https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/15/Kakesuzuri_funa_dansu.jpg"},{"url":"https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/59/Meireki_fire_woodblock.jpg"}]}

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