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日本語: 丸に左万字(まるにひだりまんじ)は、日本の家紋「文字紋」の「万字紋」の一種である。丸の内に標準的な図案の「左万字」を描いたもので、蜂須賀氏が用いたことから「蜂須賀万字・蜂須賀卍(はちすかまんじ)」ともいう。
English: Japanese family crest "Maru ni Hidari-Manji", a kanji "卍" in a thin circle. Used by Hachisuka clan, thus called also "Hachisuka Manji"
Date 18 October 2009
Source Mukai's file
Author Mukai


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