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Fukiyose

Motif Information
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Rōmaji Fukiyose
English Drifting fallen leaves
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Season Autumn
Seasonal Exceptions None
Auspicious No
Motif Type Plant
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Fukiyose, or "drifting fallen leaves", is made up of ichō (ginkgo), matsuba (pine needle), kiku (chrysanthemum), momiji (maple leaves), and hagi (bush clover). They are often shown in a nearly geometric arrangement, to show the rustling of the wind through the items.

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