'Rikka' Wall Paper Design - Machiya House Features
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Known as ‘Rikka’ (六花) in Japanese, these hexagonal shapes represent snow crystals, but when translated directly can be read as “six flowers”. 六 = 6 / 花 = Flowers
In Japan, snow has long been considered an auspicious pattern. This was because with heavy snowfall, there would be an abundance of melted snow water, which would lead to a bountiful crop in the following year! But this isn’t a pattern that is just used during the winter. You’ll find it on summer & spring kimono garments, too, as it gives off a cool and breezy image. Find the design in ‘Yorozuha’ Machiya Holiday House, located in Kyoto City, Japan!
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