A long wallet of brocade.
The National Treasure "Tenjukoku Shucho Zanke" (Remnants of the Tenjukoku Embroidery Book), originally two books of embroidery, was made by Queen Tachibana Darojo to illustrate the life of Prince Shotoku in Tenjukoku. It has been handed down at Chuguji Temple in Nara.
This pattern is based on this, and is composed of a pattern with the inscriptions "Thousand Times, Many Solstices," "Humanity," "Buddha, True Love," and "One Day Before the Emperor," each with four Chinese characters on the back of the tortoise shape, centered on the moon rabbit. The design is based on an ancient Chinese legend that depicts a rabbit being happy to receive a vase of Buddha's treasure, and is woven using Asuka's embroidery techniques. (Reproduced without permission)