The wood grain (annual ring) pattern, which is particularly beautiful and highly decorative, is called Moku (heather). The heather, which is irregularly disturbed or resembles the pattern of Kacho Fugetsu, has been pleasing to the human eye for a long time. You will be impressed if a beautiful heather appears when you saw it!
Here are just a few of the beautiful heathers in Japan.
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A few of the beautiful heathers in Japan