The name of this place comes from the word “tokua” , meaning “stone ax”. It is accessible by an excellent panoramic road that passes through many small towns, such as Huecorio, Tzentzénguaro, Santa Ana and San Pedro Pareo.

The main craft products of this town are masks, whose designs relate to one of the most characteristic philosophies of prehispanic times. We refer to “Duality”, representing the union of contraries, in this case through masks that intermingle features of savage animals with humans, or two different profiles on the same mask.

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