Plants

Kamon Categories – Plants.

This is the largest category of Japanese heraldry’s corpus. It is said that more than a hundred plants (leaves, flowers, branches, fruits, vegetables, etc.) have been used as emblems in Japan.

For more information about Japanese heraldry, follow this link.

For more information about Kamon design, follow this link.

aoi emblem  Aoi (wild ginger)
cannabis emblem  Asanoha (cannabis leaf)
Japanese morning glory  Asagao (Japanese morning glory)
reed  Ashi (reed)
foxtail millet  Awa (foxtail millet)
Kamon Database - Bashō  Bashō (Japanese Banana)
 Botan
grape emblems  Budō (grape)
 Chanomi
 Chōji
 Daikon
 Denjisō/Hanakatsumi
 Fuji
 Hagi
 Hasu
 Hiiragi
 Hisago/Hyōtan
 Hoya
Mitsu Ichō  Ichō (Ginkgo biloba)
 Ine
 Itadori
 Kabu
 Kaji/Kōzo
 Kakitsubata
 Kashiwa
 Katabami
 Kiku
 Kikyō
 Kiri
 Kōhone
 Kuchinashi
 Kuzu
 Matsu
 Mokkō
 Momiji
peach emblem — momo  Momo (peach)
 Myōga
 Nadeshiko
 Nagi
 Nanten
 Nasu
 Omodaka
 Oobako
 Ran
 Rindō/Sasarindō
 Sakaki
 Sakura
 Shida
 Shuro
 Sugi
 Suisen
 Sumire
 Susuki
 Tachibana
 Take/Sasa
 Tessen
 Tōgarashi
 Tsuta
 Ume
 Uri
 Warabi
yamabuki  Yamabuki (Japanese kerria)
Yūgao no Ha ni Genji-guruma  Yūgao (calabash)