Kanagawa Wave Pattern Japanese Products

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  • Traditional Japanese Painting Wave and Cherry Blossom
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    Traditional Japanese Painting Wave and Cherry Blossom | Ramen Nation
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  • Japanese Canvas Wave Kanagawa
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  • Japanese Canvas Wave Kanagawa Hokusai
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  • Japanese Curtain Noren Great Wave of Kanagawa
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  • Japanese Table Runner Wave Kanagawa
    Japanese Table Runner Wave Kanagawa | Ramen Nation
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  • Japanese Wooden Bento Lunch Box
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  • Women's Japanese Kimono Short Black & Red
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  • Table Runner Japanese Wave Pattern Cotton
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What is the Wave Kanagawa pattern?

The Kanagawa wave pattern is a traditional Japanese pattern that was created in the Edo period. It is often seen on Japanese products such as ceramics, lacquer and textiles. These items are often high end as they were traditionally reserved for the upper class.

Japanese products with the Great Wave off Kanagawa pattern are mainly used as souvenirs or gifts for friends and family. They are often found in high-end stores or specialty shops in Japan.

The Kanagawa Wave pattern is a pattern originating from Kanagawa Prefecture in Japan. It is characterized by a series of diagonal lines that intersect to form a wave-like pattern.

The wave pattern has been around for centuries and is said to symbolize strength and bravery. The kanji character for "wave" also means "to rise" and "to move forward".

This wave pattern has now been adopted by high-end brands and even some restaurants in Japan. Kanagawa wave pattern is also known as "kanagawa pattern" or "kanagawa design".

What is the Great Wave off Kanagawa?

The kanji for "wave" (波) has two meanings: one means "to swing" or "to and fro", while the other means "a ridge or a mountain range".

The kanji for "wave" can be seen on some Japanese products designed to look like waves in the ocean.

Katsushika Hokusai created the original painting in 1830. He painted it as an illustration for the novel "The Great Wave" by Tosa Hiromoto. The story tells how the villagers of Kanagawa were saved from the tsunami that hit their shores on September 25, 1854.

The Great Wave off Kanagawa is a Japanese woodblock print by the artist Hokusai. It is part of the Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji series and was published between 1830 and 1833.

The wave shown in the painting is an allegory of the danger of excessive materialism and greed. The image has also been used to illustrate human vulnerability to the power of nature.

This painting is one of Hokusai's most famous works, but it was not well received in Japan when it was first published.