About patterns

Japanese traditional patterns are used for kimono and obi (kimono) patterns.A pattern depicting the patterns of flowers, animals and antiquities for four seasons is a pattern of engi, and a wish for happiness is included.Please enjoy the beautiful and beautiful pattern and the stories that are related to it.

  • Kissho Mon(auspicious pattern)

    A pattern depicting animals, plants and articles that are considered auspicious. Monyo used for celebrations.

  • Lotus root

    Inside the lotus root, there is a hole-like cavity, and it is an auspicious food that is indispensable for New Year dishes.

  • Pine

    “Pine” has been regarded as a symbol of a man of high maneuverability because it can withstand wind and snow and can withstand extreme cold. It is also called a pine that God comes down from heaven and is considered an auspicious pattern.

  • Phoenix

    It has been used for various things as a bird that brings good luck since ancient times. Chinese phoenix originally an imaginary spirit bird that was worshiped in ancient China.

  • Rose

    It is a symbol of beauty and love in the West and is used for various decorations. It has been used for kimono and home wear since the Taisho era.

  • Peony

    Peony is said to be a king of flowers because it is a symbol of happiness and wealth.

  • Diamond(hishi)

    Diamond(hishi) is an aquatic plant that has grown naturally in Japanese ponds, swamps and lakes since ancient times. Monyo has strong prayers such as prosperity of offspring and sickness.

  • Clematis

    The iron wire has a strong vine, so it means a strong connection and is said to be a good omen. This Monyo is often used for bridal gowns. The iron wire is now ca lled clematis.

  • Butterfly

    A butterfly becomes an immortal and immortal symbol because it grows up to the sky through various growth processes. The butterfly is a monyo that has been handy since ancient times.