Definition of Kikumon
1. the chrysanthemum badge of the Japanese emperor [n -S]
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Literary usage of Kikumon
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Principles of Ornament by James Ward, George Aitchison (1896)
"169 is the kikumon or badge of the Empire of Japan ; it is derived, however, from the chrysanthemum. FIG. 168. ..."
2. The Anglo-African Who's who and Biographical Sketchbook by Walter H. Wills, R. J. Barrett (1905)
"... Send for Specimen Copy: 39, SEETHING LANE, LONDON, E C. Telegraphic Address: “kikumon, LONDON.” Telephone: 5894 CENTRAL. What we say. ..."
3. Anglo-Japanese Gazette by Bodleian Library (1903)
"Address : 39, SEETHING LANK, LONDON, EG Telegraphic Address : " kikumon, London." Telephone No. : 1894 PO Central GENERAL NOTES. THE burning question of the ..."
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