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THE MON

モノグラム

Introducing the Hinoki Mondokoro, engravings inspired by Japan’s most revered symbols, custom etched to your steel.

Hinoki Mon Gift

Inspired by the intricate detailing found on the Tsuba hand guards of Katana, we’ve selected seven symbols to help you express the personality and nuance of your Hinoki Steel.

Revered Symbols

モノグラム

Chrysanthemum
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Longevity, Rejuvenation
Chrysanthemum
Often gifted to the loved and the respected, it is an auspicious mark in Japan, encouraging longevity and rejuvenation.
Komainu
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Prosperity, Guardianship
Komainu
Prosperity and guardianship. Found at the entrance to Shinto shrines, Komainu guards the sacred from evil. Their presence brings prosperity and fortune.
Lucky Crane
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Wisdom
Lucky Crane
Fabled to have lived for thousands of years, the Crane is wise beyond understanding, a gifted Crane imparts wisdom and good fortune and luck.
Magatama
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Spirituality, Good fortune
Magatama
Prehistoric symbols that have been found across Japan for centuries, Magatama are entwined with the spirituality of the archipelago and are said to bring good fortune to the bearer.
Magatama 二
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Spirituality, Good fortune
Magatama
A Shinto talisman, the jewel-shaped Magatama is said to bring a life of good fortune for the bearer while aiding in warding off evil spirits.
Red Tsubaki
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Love, Admiration
Red Tsubaki
Historically symbolizing a noble death, in modernity the Red Tsubaki has come to mean an undying love.
Sakura
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Renewal, Hope
Sakura
Fallen cherry blossom petals were said to be the sould of Samurai with noble chatacter. Now the national flower of Japan, the Sakura represents renewal and optimism.