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New Year Stamp - Mount Fuji - Large Stamp

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This is a cute new year rubber stamp! There are Mount Fuji with Japanese traditional decorations, plum blossoms, pine, bamboo leaf and folding fan with kanji "kotobuki" which means "celebration" - a very traditional symbol in Japan. The Kanji (Chinese characters) says "geishun" which means "new year".

Mount Fuji is one of “Three holy mountains” in Japan and was added to the World Heritage list as a cultural site on June 22, 2013. The summit has been thought of as sacred since ancient times and was forbidden to women until the Meiji era.Ancient samurai used the base of the mountain as a remote training area.It is a frequent subject of Japanese art especially after 1600 when Edo (now Tokyo) became the capital and people saw the mountain while travelling on the Tokaido road (road connecting Kyoto and Edo).

 
The image measures about 4.9 x 8 cm.

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