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Tartan Details - Yamaue

The information held within The Scottish Register of Tartans for the "Yamaue" tartan is shown below. 

Reference: 10168
Designer: Geoffrey (Tailor) Ltd
Tartan date: 02/09/2009
Registration date: 5 March 2010
Category: Name
Restrictions: Yes.
Right to weave reserved to Geoffrey (Tailor) Ltd.

Registration notes: Created for his students to honour Soke Jimmy Keido Yamaue, founder of the International Bujutsu University, a buddhist priest and hereditary keeper of the Daishoji Imperial temple in Japan. Colours: scarlet and white from the national flags of Japan, Denmark and Norway symbolise life force and purity; electric blue is a traditional kimono dye; dark celtic green colour symbolises the Pacific Ocean; and black is the main colour of Buddhism. This tartan was made into scarves in 2010.
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