Also called Kiseru, is pipe for smoking tobacco. Japanese kiseru pipes have a much smaller bowl than Western tobacco pipes. The middle section is from bamboo or some other type of wood while the ends are made from metal (often silver or bronze). The name of the pipe is derived from the word "ksher" of the Khmer language of Cambodia.

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