Family crest pouch/Tokugawa
|About raw materials||Main material: polyester
Country of origin: China
|size||W22 x D15 x H1 cm|
|About the product||Contains a red stamp book (the mouth is not closed)|
A family crest is a sign of a "house."
It originated in the late Heian period and is said to be a culture unique to Japan.
Target age 6 years or older
About the Tokugawa crest
Tokugawa Ieyasu's family crest, Aoi Crest, is a family crest of a plant called Futaba mallow, which is derived from the Kamo shrine in Kyoto.
Mr. Kamo, the priest of this shrine, and the samurai corps living in Mikawa have a very close relationship, and the Matsudaira family, the predecessor of the Tokugawa family, also began to use the Aoi crest as a family crest.
After the unification of the world, Ieyasu wanted to give the Aoi crest the authority that is comparable to the emperor's crest and chrysanthemum crests. For that reason, we will prohibit Mr. Sakai and Mr. Ina from using the Aoi family crest that had been allowed until then.
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