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Motif Information
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Rōmaji Fukiyose
English Drifting fallen leaves
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Season Autumn
Seasonal Exceptions None
Auspicious No
Motif Type Plant

Fukiyose, or "drifting fallen leaves", is made up of ichō (ginkgo), matsuba (pine needle), kiku (chrysanthemum), momiji (maple leaves), and hagi (bush clover). They are often shown in a nearly geometric arrangement, to show the rustling of the wind through the items.

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