KOTO

KOTO is a not-for-profit restaurant and vocational training program based in Hanoi, Vietnam. Its staff consists primarily of former street children who have received training in catering through KOTO itself or other similar charities. The organisation was started in 1996 by an Australian of Korean-Vietnamese origin Jimmy Pham. He asked street chil...
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Koto

13-stringed board zither popular from the early Heian Period onward, especially in the Court.
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koto

noun Japanese stringed instrument that resembles a zither; has a rectangular wooden sounding box and usually 13 silk strings that are plucked with the fingers
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KOTO

[FM] KOTO (91.7 FM) is a National Public Radio-affiliated radio station licensed to Telluride, Colorado, USA. The station is currently owned by San Miguel Educational Fund. ==Translators== In addition to the main station, KOTO is relayed by an additional three translators to widen its broadcast area. ...
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Koto

[traditional clothing] The koto or kotomisse is a traditional dress from the Afro-Surinamese women or Creoles in Suriname. The koto was developed during the slavery period in Suriname; its special purpose was to protect the Afro-Surinamese woman against their masters’ sexual interest. Different kotos exist for various occasions like weddi...
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Koto

A Japanese harp with thirteen strings
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Koto

Japanese plucked-string instrument with a long rectangular body, thirteen strings and movable bridge
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koto

koto (kō'tō) , a Japanese string instrument related in structure to the zither. It consists of an elongated rectangular wooden body, strung lengthwise with 7 to 13 silk strings. The uniformly long strings are tuned to one of several standard tunings by moveable wooden bridges. The ko...
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Koto

Koto is a cultivated variety of potato.
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koto

long Japanese board zither having 13 silk strings and movable bridges. The body of the instrument is made of paulownia wood and is about 190 cm (74 ... [2 related articles]
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Koto

longest of the long zithers of East Asia; about 6 feet long; 13 silk strings; this narrow harp is laid horizontally, each string with its own movable bridge.
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koto

obnoxious-sounding Japanese stringed instrument
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KOTO

Old Sword Period (prior to 1596)
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KOTO

Old Sword Period (prior to about 1596).
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koto

Plucked Japanese string instrument; a long zither of ancient Chinese origin with 13 silk or nylon strings stretched over moveable bridges. It rests on the floor and the strings are plucked with ivory plectrums worn on the thumb and two fingers of the right hand. The left hand presses the strings behind the bridges to alter the tuning, add ornam...
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Koto

The koto is a stringed musical instrument from Japan.
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koto

[n] - Japanese stringed instrument that resembles a zither
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