Japanese pattern

Traditional Japanese designs, or Wagara, are a type of pattern peculiar to Japan. The most well known of these take a single design and create patterns by placing the design systematically on fabric. They're mostly used for kimono, packaging, and other goods and sundries, but not only are they ultra cute - they also have serious meanings behind them! This design is made of rows of ocean waves forming a fan-shaped pattern.

Decoding the Meaning of Wagara – Traditional Japanese Patterns

Japanese Patterns & Designs – Olaf Olsson

Your cart is empty. Free Shipping in U. In general, Wagara means a Japanese pattern or design. These traditional and historic designs each have a very specific meaning and are often associated with a specific season or occasion. Many of these patterns date back thousands of years to as early as the 8th century and are mainly inspired by nature. Originally they would be seen on traditional Japanese clothing including kimono and yakata, but now they are used on modern, non-traditional clothing, homewares, and fashion accessories. At Olaf Olsson we always try to find a pattern that is rich in traditional Japanese symbolism.

Japanese Patterns: Traditional Motifs and Designs

Japanese Patterns — The simplified beauty of nature is seen on fabrics, crafts, and many other places in Japan. Some patterns and designs have a long history and some are very new. The living Japanese family crest artisans who keep the tradition alive and create new pattern and design at the same time. These beautiful patterns originate from the middle of the Heian period around the 9th — 10th century and still, new ones are being created today.
Traditional Japanese designs, or Wagara, are a type of pattern peculiar to Japan. The most well known of these take a single design and create patterns by placing the design systematically on fabric. They're mostly used for kimono, packaging, and other goods and sundries, but not only are they ultra cute -- they also have proper significance! It symbolizes the desire for continued peaceful living, like the tranquil waves.
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