The camellia, also called "Tokiwagi" (meaning "evergreen tree") because of its year-round green leaves, has long been part of Japanese lore. Camellia patterns are auspicious and believed to ward off evil spirits and protect the wearer from bad luck. Mentioned in literary classics such as The Tale of Genji, this iconic pattern is used on kimonos and obis.

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