<a>
akadama...........a red ball
akikusa......a design of autumn field plants & flowers
ami-tojin........ tojin fisherman with a net
aoi.....a hollyhock
ayu.....Japanese trout

<b>
basho.........Japanese banana
bishamon-kikkomon.....a pattern constructed with combined octagons.
It originates from Bishamon's armour decoration. Bishamon also known as
Bishamonten is Vessavana.
botan.............a peony
botan-hanakarakusa.....a floral arabesque pattern with peony flowers


<c>
choji  .... a clove pattern, one of takara-zukushi: it was considered as rare spice

<d>
danryu.....a dragon in a circular form

<g>
genjiko  ......a name of the popular game naming or identifying scent of incense
in the Heian period
gobenka ........a floral design with five petals usually placed in the center of Imari plate or
bowl

<h>
hagi.......Japanese bush clover
hane.......a feather
hasu.......a lotus
hatou.........big waves
higaki........a woven wood fence made of a thin Japanese cypress slat
houju ..........a round ball with  a corn on the top.
It means a wish-come-true jewel also known as nyoi-houju
hoshi.......a star
ho-oh ( or houou )...a phoenix bird
hyoretsu.......a cracked ice
hyotan.........a gourd

<i>
icho  ......a ginkgo
ishidatami.....a stone pavement

Glossary
Description of Pattern
IMARI