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    Semamori - symbolic patterns embroidered as good luck symbols on the back of children's clothing. Traditionally embroidered on the top back of the child’s kimono, often in white or red.

  • Schickie Mickie

    Semamori designs - usually sewn on the back of children's kimonos to protect the child from evil spirits

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