Makimono



[mah-kuh-moh-noh; Japanese mah-kee-maw-naw] /ˌmɑ kəˈmoʊ noʊ; Japanese ˈmɑ kiˌmɔ nɔ/

noun, plural makimonos, makimono.
1.
a horizontal hand scroll containing either text or a captioned painting, intended to be viewed as it is unrolled from right to left, one segment at a time.

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