Koshi Sho-ryu-mon (Design of Dutiful Son and Dragon)
Dragon was drawn in China meaning an emperor since as old days as 1000 BC. This design is modeled after the biographies of dutiful child written in the 500 BC, China, depicting a freely flying dragon having a divine spirit in the sky, while in the rain, wind and thunder, and a dutiful son and his father on the ground. We made this design in an elegant atmosphere to invite the good luck.
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