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Edo pattern of Ufufu

Wave rabbit

With a combination pattern that is also the symbol mark of our shop "Ufufu"、Also called "Chikubu Island pattern"、Derived from the song "Chikubu Island"。
The pattern of the wave rabbit is、It depicts the scene expressed in the poem of the song "Chikubu Island" and was used as a pattern of "shoulder clothes" in Kyogen costume and became popular.。
The appearance of a rabbit flying over the waves is associated with Inaba's white rabbit.、Rabbits that bounce forward without slipping after overcoming the rough seas of life are also prolific (prosperity of descendants)、It is one of the auspicious patterns。

Green Hyperion

It looks like a traditional Japanese pattern that repeats waves in a fan shape up, down, left and right.、In fact, the Persian Sasanian pattern was propagated via China.、 The name "Qinghai wave" in Japan has been said from the pattern used for the costume of the dance "Qinghai wave".。
The Qinghai wave pattern is created by a lacquer called Kanshichi skillfully drawn with a special brush in the middle of the Edo period to imagine a continuous infinite expanse.、Popularized with a wish for uninterrupted growth。


One of the representative plant patterns、Since hemp is strong and grows straight, it contains a wish for healthy growth, which is used for children's clothes and undershirts for visiting the palace.。
Blue hemp leaf pattern is good for boys and red hemp leaf pattern is good for girls.、It is customary that hemp leaf patterns are good for white long undershirts for ceremonial occasions.。
Stems become fibers、In fact, the hemp leaves used for medicine are made into a continuous regular hexagonal geometric pattern.。


With a stylized pattern of vines、Because it grows like crawling from the ground and trees to buildings and walls、Full of strong vitality to overcome any environment or situation、It has been used for a long time in various daily necessities such as furoshiki wrapping because it contains a wish for eternal growth.。
Also、Incorporated as a decorative pattern for shrines and temples as a symbol of majesty and eternity、You can see many in the world of God and Buddha blessing all over the world。

Vector Hane

Speaking of arrows, the Mori three brothers and Mitsuya Cider's "three arrows" are famous.、Ooku palace maid using Yazaki and purple、It is a pattern that also appears as a costume design such as the waist of Kabuki.。
The wings attached to the arrow as a weapon cut the wind while rotating、From hitting the target、Nagahisa Budo、It is a pattern with a wish for fulfillment of romance because it leads to a successful career and to shoot through the heart of the other party.。


With a pattern in which circles of the same size are stacked one quarter at a time and connected to make a series.、It is an auspicious pattern expressed from the seven treasures in the Buddhist scriptures and the fact that the circle leads to peace.。
What are the seven treasures?、Gold, silver, lapis lazuli, coral, agate, lapis lazuli:It is made up of a crystal) and a giant clam that is said to live for a thousand years.、It is often found in Imari ware and Cloisonne ware.。
It is also called "mismatch" in the intellectual text.。


Asakusa is famous for the "Sanja Matsuri"、Since it was the fishermen who represented Asakusa Kannon, "three nets" and "mesh" were used for towels and yukata of the Ujigami Neighborhood Association during the Sanja Festival.。"Three nets" is a symbol design of the festival。
If you treat fish such as shrimp, octopus, and sea bream, it becomes a big catch and a good harvest.、A wish for prosperous business is included。
In addition, it became popular because it leads to martial arts by defeating the enemy with one machine because it fishes with one net.。


It is a stylized water flow with a spiral curve.、It is an old pattern that is old in the world and can be seen in 3000 BC in a wide area.。
The swirl pattern、From its shape, it is regarded as a symbol of birth and regeneration、It has been believed that it has the power to create new things。
In addition to being able to draw a spiral from the center and limit the strength toward the outside、It is an auspicious pattern that leads to the spiral hair (hair part) of the gods and Buddha, so it protects against evil, symbolizes energy, and invites good luck.。


It is called because it resembles a regular hexagonal turtle shell.、It is said that it was introduced to Japan from China and Korea.。
Since the Heian era、It is a representative of the congratulatory auspicious pattern with a unique style that was also used for the furnishings, clothes, and decoration of the car (Koshiguruma) of the official residence.、It will be a working pattern。
There are various variants of the hexagonal pattern、Flowers and animals in the hexagonal shell、There are things with letters etc.。

Yoshihara pastern

It is a chain-like pattern in which the four corners of an annular quadrangle are recessed and connected at an angle.。
Once you enter the Yoshiwara Guo, you will be connected、It is said to be named after the fact that it is not released easily.。
Officially called Komochi Yoshiwara、With the pattern used for the curtain of the Yoshiwara guide teahouse、Expressing bonds by enriching human relationships, meaning "good ties" that connect people、It was often used for festival hanten, etc.。


In Asakusa, the seagulls that dance in the sanctuary of the Sumida River, which Asakusa Kannon has shown since the Nara period, are called metropolitan birds.、I have enjoyed the dancing figure。
Chidori is a design of the birds that gather on the banks and beaches of the Sumida River.、Or draw with a hard line、It has been enjoyed with abundant and diverse patterns, including plump and humorous figures and birds dancing in the waves and on the waves.。
Because birds fly freely in the sky、It was popular for its longing for the sky and free behavior.。


Until the Edo period, horizontal stripes called "dan" were the mainstream, and vertical stripes called "streaks" were not often used.。
Tree of vertical stripes from the Southern Islands
It was called "island" because of the cotton、Around the middle of the Edo period, vertical stripes came to be called "stripes" in line with the claims made by Edokko.。
The pattern is simple、Ball stripes by changing the width of the space between the capital cities、Chisuji、Wanjin、Having children、Having both children、滝缟、Bonito、Misuji、There are various expressions for simple lines such as staggered stripes.。