Japanese Taikos are basically divided into two groups, the byo-uchi-daiko (leather tied with nails) and the shime daiko (leather tied with ropes).
The Katsugi-daiko belongs to the Shime daikos.
To the Odeko shime daiko, the okedo-daiko is made for a stand with thicker leather,
while the katsugi-daiko is made of light wooden sticks and thinner leather and is played hanging over the shoulder.
The advantage of the Taikos stretched with ropes is that they can be tightened very easily.