Kashiwa Kamon Engraving

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  • Kashiwa Kamon Engraving


    Quercus dentata (daimyo oak) - 「柏」in Japanese

    The Kashiwa is one of the 10 most used family emblems (Jūdaimon) in Japan. In ancient times, Japanese people presented offerings to their gods using oak leaves as trays. Since then the oak has been considered a sacred tree.

    It is believed that Shinto priests were the first to use Kashiwa emblems as shinmon (shrine emblem). The use of Kashiwa mon eventually spread throughout Japan to become one of the most popular emblems. The Yamanouchi, lords of the Tosa domain (modern Kochi prefecture), used a slimmer variation of the Kashiwa mon. Famous masters like Awa Kenzo (kyudo - Maru ni Mitsu Kashiwa) or Kano Jigoro (judo - Maru ni Gotoku Kashiwa) used an oak emblem as well.

    Kamon 1

    Mitsu Kashiwa (3 oak leaves).
    Kashiwa mon can feature from 1 to 9 leaves, but the 3-leaf variation is the most common. This mon as been used as a shrine emblem many times throughout history.

    Kamon 2

    Maru ni Mitsu Kashiwa (3 oak leaves in a ring).
    There are about 450 known variations of the Kashiwa mon, among all the people / institutions (shrine, temple...) who use a Kashiwa mon, 80% actually use the Maru ni Mitsu Kashiwa, making it one of the most, if not the most, used kamon in Japan. Famous kyudo master Awa Kenzo (who taught Eugen Herrigel) used this emblem.

    Kamon 3

    Maru ni Tosa Kashiwa (Tosa Domain oak in a ring).
    The kamon of the Yamanouchi clan, lords of the Tosa domain.

    Kamon 4

    Maru ni Tsuru Kashiwa (3 oak leaves and vines in a ring).
    Another commonly used variation of the Kashiwa mon

    Kamon 5

    Maru ni Gotoku Kashiwa (3 oak leaves on a kettle stand in a rig).
    A kamon used by Kano Jigoro, founder of judo.

    How to Order - Service Description

    1. Select your Kamon size
      1.5 cm fits on all weapons and is fairly small for a Kamon. We recommend this size only for Kamon with few details. Fits all weapons, including 24 mm Jo.
      2 cm can be considered as standard. It fits on most weapons, except on the thinnest weapons such as the 24 mm Jo.
      2.5 cm is fairly big and will not fit on thin Koryu Bokken, Tanto, Bo, Hanbo, and Jo.
      If the selected size is too big for the ordered weapon, the Kamon will be adapted to the maximum engravable size.
    2. Select your Kamon design
    3. Select Kamon position
      If you wish to offset the position in regard to a name engraving ordered from the product page, please use the "additional instructions" field.
    4. Additional instructions
      If you order several weapons, please use the field "additional instructions" to specify which weapon should be engraved.

    All special requests must be discussed prior to placing your order. If you have a doubt, email us before placing your order.
    One Kamon = One engraving. For more than one engraving, add the Kamon as many time as desired with the correct options.
    This is not a product but an engraving service that can only be ordered as part of a simultaneous purchase with a product on which to engrave.



Kashiwa Kamon Engraving: ¥1,000


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