Autumn Leaves on the Waves
The waves of the sea that come and go are never-ending, and are used as auspicious patterns that mean eternity, immortality, longevity, and birth. It was drawn as one of the Kaifu patterns, and was also used in pottery and maki-e during the Kamakura period. It is said that it came to be favored as a pattern for costumes in the Momoyama period.
Kaifu pattern is a landscape pattern that combines pine, waves, shells, sea pine, plovers, etc. on Kaishu beach. Even in the desolate surroundings, you can feel the awe of the sea gods, giving a solemn impression. As a classic pattern, it has been used for patterns of crafts and clothes.
On this fabric, the crests of waves rushing in like raging waves are drawn to capture the moment they crash into the rocks, accented by black wavy whiskers. The shape of the wave is expressed thickly like a warabi, and it is suitable for a celebratory scene.
Maple is a tree that is a guidepost for Japanese people's sense of the season, so much that it has become a topic of entertainment such as "spring flower viewing" and "autumn maple viewing". It has an interesting shape as well as the color of its wings, and has been a representative plant since the Momoyama period.In addition, the color changes according to the season, it is believed that life in the world will be successful and happy.
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