Netsuke (sor. nétské), in Japan kleine Schnitzwerke aus Holz, Elfenbein etc. zum Befestigen einer Schnur, an der bes. das Tabaksbesteck und die Tabaksdose am Gürtel hängt. – Vgl. A. Brockhaus (1905). 1911.

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