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This is the Kumo (雲) mon, meaning "Cloud".

Tags: kumo, cloud, crest, family-crest, japan

Japanese Mon Kumo Kids Hoodie

by Takeda_Art
$36
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This is the Mitsu Yama (三つ山) mon, meaning "Three Mountain".

Tags: clan, crest, clan-crest, samurai-kamon, samurai

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This is the Kajuuji Sasa (勧修寺笹) mon, meaning “Kajuuji Bamboo”, it is the family crest of Kajuuji in feudal Japan.

Tags: kajuuji-sasa, clan-crest, kajuuji, bamboo, gold-faux

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This is the Take ni Suzume (竹に雀) mon, meaning "Sparrow and Bamboo". Mon (紋), also known as monsho (紋章) or kamon (家紋), are Japanese emblems used to decorate and identify an individual, a family, or an institution or business entity (e.g. Mitstubisi logo). Japanese Mon are similar to the badges and coats of arms in European heraldic tradition, which likewise are used to identify individuals and families. Mon are often referred to as crests in Western literature.

Tags: masamune, date-masamune, family-crest, clan-crest, golden

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This is the Daki hana Gyouyou (抱き花杏葉) mon, meaning "Pair Hourse Ornament with flower". Mon (紋), also known as monsho (紋章) or kamon (家紋), are Japanese emblems used to decorate and identify an individual, a family, or an institution or business entity (e.g. Mitstubisi logo). Japanese Mon are similar to the badges and coats of arms in European heraldic tradition, which likewise are used to identify individuals and families. Mon are often referred to as crests in Western literature.

Tags: japan, gyouyou-mon, japanese, bushido, samurai-kamon

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This is the Ginnan Mamori (銀杏守) mon, meaning "Ginkyo Amulet".

Tags: samurai, sengoku, clan-crest, crest, japan

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This is the Tori Kabuto (鳥兜) mon, meaning "Bird shape bugaku hat".

Tags: kabuto, tori-kabuto, badge, golden, samurai-kamon

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This is the kamon of Asakura clan, Mitsumori mokkou (三つ盛木瓜) or "three Japanese quince", in silver chrome style.

Tags: shogun, sengoku, mokkou, total-war, clan

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This is the Oda Mokko (織田瓜) mon, meaning “Oda version of quince flower”.

Tags: oda-nobunaga, nobunaga, oda-mokko, oda, clan-crest

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This is the Nami ni Koi (波に鯉) mon, meaning “Japanese Carp in the Wave”.

Tags: gold-faux, clan-crest, gold, japanese, japan

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This is the Mitsugumi Kuwagata (三つ組み鍬形) mon, meaning "Triple Stag".

Tags: mon, japan, kabuto, crest, kuwagata

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This is the kamon of Saito clan, clan, Ni-to nami (二頭波) or "Double head wave", in silver chrome style.

Tags: crest, clan, total-war, shogun, silver

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This is the Nami ni Chidori (波に千鳥) mon, meaning “Plover in the Wave”.

Tags: golden, gold, clan-crest, gold-faux, japan

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This is the Kabuki Hoo no Maru (歌舞伎鳳凰の丸) mon, meaning “Kabuki Phoenix Sphere”.

Tags: kabuki, phoenix-sphere, hoo-no-maru, japan, japanese

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This is the Nagato Omodaka (長門沢瀉) mon, meaning “Nagato Arrowhead”, it is the mon that used by Nagato Mori clan. Mon (紋), also known as monsho (紋章) or kamon (家紋), are Japanese emblems used to decorate and identify an individual, a family, or an institution or business entity (e.g. Mitstubisi logo). Japanese Mon are similar to the badges and coats of arms in European heraldic tradition, which likewise are used to identify individuals and families. Mon are often referred to as crests in Western literature.

Tags: japanese, gold, golden, mon, samurai

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This is the kamon of Ii clan on banners (sashimono), I (yi) monji "井文字” or character I (yi), in silver chrome style.

Tags: clan-crest, emblem, naomasa, ii-naomasa, samurai

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This is the Hitotsu omodaka no maru (一つ澤瀉の丸) mon, meaning “One Alisma Sphere”.

Tags: japanese, japan, gold-faux, plant, samurai

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This is the Hiougi (檜扇) mon, meaning “Japanese fan”. Mon (紋), also known as monsho (紋章) or kamon (家紋), are Japanese emblems used to decorate and identify an individual, a family, or an institution or business entity (e.g. Mitstubisi logo). Japanese Mon are similar to the badges and coats of arms in European heraldic tradition, which likewise are used to identify individuals and families. Mon are often referred to as crests in Western literature.

Tags: samurai, clan-crest, gold-faux, mon, emblem

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This is the Kusa to Hana no Maru (草と花の丸) mon, meaning "Circle of Grass and Flower".

Tags: family-crest, emblem, samurai, grass, samurai-kamon

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This is the Gion Mamori (祇園守) mon, meaning “Gion Amulet”, Gion is a district of Kyoto.

Tags: ginchiyo, muneshige, gion, tachibana, clan-crest

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This is the Suisen Maru (水仙丸) mon, meaning “Narcissus Sphere”.

Tags: japan, gold, japanese, mon, golden

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This is the Sankai Matsu (三階松) mon, meaning "Three Layer Pines".

Tags: samurai, golden, gold, japanese, clan-crest

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This is the Mitsuwari Kaeda (三つ割り楓) mon, meaning “Triple Split Mapple”.

Tags: emblem, badge, japan, japanese, gold

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This is the Maru ni Tsuru (丸に鶴) mon, meaning “Crane in the circle”.

Tags: crane, bird, maru-ni-tsuru, japan, tsuru

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This is the kamon of Mogami clan, Futatsu Hikaryo (二つ引両) or "Double line", in silver chrome style.

Tags: japanese, daimyo, total-war, clan, sengoku

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This is the Aoyama Nami (青山浪) mon, meaning "Aoyama wave".

Tags: japan, samurai, golden, japanese, samurai-kamon

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This is the Mukai Cho (向い蝶) mon, meaning “Facing Butterflies”.

Tags: samurai, yoshitsugu, japanese, otani, japan

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This is the Kenmonshokamon Uesugi Sasa (見聞諸家紋 上杉笹) mon, meaning "Uesugi Bamboo of Kenmonshokamon ", it is the version of Uesugi Clan kamon recorded in Kenmonshokamon, the oldest book that collect the family crests of Japanese samurai.

Tags: japanese, uesugi-bamboo, gold-faux, uesugi-sasa, clan-crest

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This is the Yonezawa Sasa (米沢笹) mon, meaning “Yonezawa Bamboo”.

Tags: golden, clan-crest, gold-faux, emblem, yonezawa-sasa

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This is the Kotobuki Ebi (寿海老) mon, depicting a Japanese spiny lobster using a kanji “壽” (kotobuki, meaning happiness).

Tags: japan, gold, japanese, emblem, kotobuki-ebi

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This is the Ginnan ni Sakura (銀杏に桜) mon, meaning "Cherry blossom in Ginkgo".

Tags: ginkgo, cherry-blossom, sakura, emblem, japanese

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This is the Ageha Cho (揚羽蝶) mon, meaning "swallowtail butterfly". Mon (紋), also known as monsho (紋章) or kamon (家紋), are Japanese emblems used to decorate and identify an individual, a family, or an institution or business entity (e.g. Mitstubisi logo). Japanese Mon are similar to the badges and coats of arms in European heraldic tradition, which likewise are used to identify individuals and families. Mon are often referred to as crests in Western literature.

Tags: samurai, japanese, gold, emblem, family-crest

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This is the Goshichi no Kiri (五七桐) mon, meaning "Five Seven Paulownia", it is the mon used by Toyotomi Clan in sengoku jidai, and it is the official seal of Japanese Prime Minister and Cabinet nowadays.

Tags: mon, emblem, clan-crest, toyotomi, gold

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This is the Nakatsuke Uchiwa (中津団扇) mon, meaning "House of Nakatsu Fan". Mon (紋), also known as monsho (紋章) or kamon (家紋), are Japanese emblems used to decorate and identify an individual, a family, or an institution or business entity (e.g. Mitstubisi logo). Japanese Mon are similar to the badges and coats of arms in European heraldic tradition, which likewise are used to identify individuals and families. Mon are often referred to as crests in Western literature.

Tags: gold, golden, gold-faux, emblem, japanese

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This is the Mitsuba Aoi (三つ葉葵) mon, meaning "Triple Hollyhock", it is the mon that used by Tokugawa Clan in sengoku jidai.

Tags: gold, japanese, gold-faux, golden, clan-crest

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This is the Waremokou ni Suzume (地楡に雀) mon, meaning “Sparrow in Burnet”, it is the kamon of Yagyu Munenori in sengoku jidai.

Tags: yagyu, gold, suzume, japan, sparrow