Associated with the peace and serenity of the elements of the world, Japanese maples represent balance and practicality and are called "kito" in Japanese, meaning "calm", "rest" or "at peace". Japanese culture has traditionally associated maple with October and November.
Japanese maple leaves have a strong symbolism. Symbol of balance, love, longevity and abundance.
Did you know that the Japanese maple had its own festival? Momijigari, which takes place every year in Japan is celebrated in many different ways. The best way to describe Momijigari is to imagine thousands of people walking under and between the Japanese maple trees or Momiji, enjoying their beauty and quiet magnificence.