Japanese pattern bag, Manju-Giku (Red)

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Japanese pattern bag, Manju-Giku (Red)

Manju-Giku (Red)

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There are diverse patterns with a motif of chrysanthemum, which have been broadly in use for various items such as from tableware to interior decorations in Japan since the Heian period (from late 8th to late 12th century). The pattern composition is represented by a number of different styles like ‘Mujina-Giku’ (meaning chrysanthemum in the form of a badger), ‘Kiku-Karakusa’ (arabesque design of chrysanthemum), ‘Manju-Giku (chrysanthemum shaped round alike a Japanese ‘manju’ bun), or ‘Kiku-bishi’ (lozenged chrysanthemum). Chrysanthemum is considered symbolic of longevity, which is auspiciously designed on this bag.

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