Shosoin Patterns

Flower-Eating Bird Patterns

Birds are a sign of happiness in Japanese culture. This pattern features birds, like phoenixes and cranes, flying around carefree while nibbling on flowers and branches. Sometimes, this pattern can also include parrots, mandarin ducks, and long-tailed hens.

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Hosoge Patterns

One of the most classic Shosoin patterns, Hosoge (splendid flower pattern), is a fanciful combination of peonies, rhododendrons, and hibiscuses. It is said to have been introduced to Japan from India via China and used in Buddhism for decoration.

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