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Tartan Details - Japanese Cherry

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

Reference: 13261
Designer: Ishii, Keiko
Tartan date: 26/07/2021
Registration date: 3 August 2021
Category: Fashion
Restrictions: Yes. Copyright rests with Tartania LLC, Japan.
May only be woven with permission from Tartania LLC.

Registration notes: The flower named Sakura, the Japanese cherry, is a very loved symbol among the people of Japan. The colours in this tartan are intended to represent the flower and nature; pink represents the Kawazu Zakura, one of the most important type of Sakura and the colour of its early cherry blossom; green represents the colour of the leaves that bloom after the petals fall; blue represents the sky and white represents clouds.
Registrant details: Mrs Keiko Ishii, 7-4-3 Okayama-Ken Kurashiki-Shi, Kojima, Japan, Japan, 711-0903
[email protected]
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