Shokubutsu (Plants)

In Japan, which has four seasons, seasonal flowers are used as patterns to express the changing seasons.

In addition, the four seasons of Japan are characterized by the fact that spring, summer, autumn and winter are divided into three months, and the four seasons of Kyoto are often used as patterns.

Wearing a design that incorporates the essence of each season is a unique way for Japanese people to enjoy kimono.
Designs that incorporate all four seasons flowers can be enjoyed all year round and are also preferred.

In addition to the seasonal meaning, there are also plants with a strong auspicious meaning such as cherry blossoms, paulownia, peony, and tachibana.

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