"Monyou（もんよう）" is the traditional motifs applied in artefacts in Japanese's daily life. You will find monyou in domestic utensils and also in their architectural design. Every traditional monyou carries an unique meaning, and some monyous are claimed to have power to exorcize devils. Monyou is common among both noble class and ordinary people in Japan, and it naturally becomes part of their daily lives. Monyou has a long history in Japan which combines elements from culture and nature. Glasses with monyou demonstrate the art of balancing eco life and cultural preservation which sustains from generation to generation. The glass made from recycled glass bottles. These used bottles reborn after washing, cutting, sandblasting and polishing.
A monyou inherited from Tang Dynasty in Ancient China which symbolizes completeness and fortune.
Inherited from Ming Dynasty in Ancient China and was popular in Ping-An Times in Japan. A monyou symbolises longevity and fortune.
あみめ -Amime ：
Commonly seen in Edo Times. A monyou symbolises longevity and healthy.
The leaf-shape monyou symoblises vitality. This monyou is also applied in clothes in just-born baby.
Symbolises blue waves. A monyou inherited from Tang Dynasty in Ancient China which symbolizes fortune and peacefulness.
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