"Karakusa" Arabesque Pattern
The arabesque pattern was introduced to Japan across the Silk Road and is known as a pattern that has existed since ancient times in Egypt, Mesopotamia, and Greece. Because of its continuous vines, the arabesque pattern has been popular in Japan as a symbol of longevity and prosperity.
While the hemp leaf pattern is used to wish for the growth of babies, the arabesque pattern is recommended to pray for the health of seniors. It can also be used to wish for the continuation of business.