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We have a special place in our hearts for the Ume tree - so much in fact, that our daughter's middle name is Ume. -Ume (plum tree) in Suibokuga (Sumi-e)

Golden Garden Teal from Alexander Henry Fabrics Indochine collection

Japanese Asian Fabric - Cherry Blossom Branches-Teal color scheme but more blue not green maybe a dash of gold

an original Chinese Peonies Painting, commonly used in Chinese culture to signify romance.

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Gorgeous Japanese fabric. detail , SUNTORY MUSEUM OF ART "Bingata-dyed fabrics"

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