Traditional Japanese Colors: Why Green Isn’t a Color in Japan - Nihongo Master
So why isn’t green a color in Japan? Well, today it is. But it wasn’t always one of the Japanese colors. The Japanese people could always see the color green (of course), but for a long time they didn’t have a word for it. It was thought of as just another shade of blue. The … Read more
June 2014 wedding color- Help
So I am having a hard time figuring out what colors I want for my wedding in June 2014. My favorite colors are purple and pink and my fiancé likes blue.
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Japanese colors 麹塵色 - Japanese has many words for colors. This is 麹塵色 (kikujin-iro) and means "darker shade of green". This Kikujn-iro was forbidden color and only allowed to royal families to wear in ancient times in Japan.
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