Kikagaku (Geometric patterns)

Geometric patterns have been handed down from ancient Japan.
Eventually, a specific motif was linearly designed, and many patterns with meanings special to Japan were created.

[Health Prayer]
"Kikko (turtle shell)", a symbol of longevity; "Asanohana (hemp leaf)" that grows fast and grows straight.

"Uroko (scales)" represent molting and regeneration, "Kagome (the mesh of the basket)" represents hexagrams and barriers.
"Matsukawabishi (rhombus pattern)" resembles the cracks in the bark of pine trees.

【Economic Fortune】
"Bishamonkikko (Bishamon turtle shell)," the pattern of Bishamonten's armor, which is a treasure of Fukutokushinbutsu.

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