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Ikari

Motif Information
Motif ikari 01.jpg
Rōmaji Ikari
English Anchor
Kanji 碇, 錨
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Motif Type Man-made
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Ikari is an anchor. Ikari are used to prevent a boat from drifting.

Seasonal Use, Exceptions & Pairings

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Motif Connotations & Symbolism

Ikari is a symbol of safety and hope.[1]

Auspicious Nature

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Common Motif Pairings

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Identification & Style Variations

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Motif Examples

Motif in Literature & Other Usage

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References

  1. Allen, Maude Rex. Japanese Art Motives. A. C. McClurg & Company, Great Britain. 1917. p.154.

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