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Emblems of Tradition: Japanese Crests 

When: Mondays-Sundays, 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Continues through Nov. 20 2015
Phone: 520-332-2829
Email: yume.gardens@gmail.com
Price: Free with admission to Gardens 9:30-4:30 Daily
www.yumegardens.org
Ka-mon are Japanese crests used to identify families or clans since the 12th century. Once restricted to aristocratic families and the Japanese Emperor, these emblems have been adopted by commoners, merchant and artisan guilds, temples and shrines, theater troupes, and even criminal gangs.

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