one of the symbols for the 4 seasons
In Japanese art and culture, the sparrow is typically used to represent happiness. It is often paired with bamboo, which symbolizes resilience.
Akito is the name for maples in japanese. This means the god or master, calm, and at peace or rest. It represents the calmness and peace of the elements and world.
Bamboo is not just a Japanese thing. There are many reasons that ethniticies use bamboo. Japanese and other Asian people are just more likely to use it for reasons in their culture.
The Japanese did insert bamboo into the arms of the POWs and they would also jam sharp bamboo sticks under their fingernails.
"Take (竹)" is for bamboo. "Takenoko (竹の子)" is for a bamboo shoot.
Symbolism is using an element in a story that is used to represent an abstract idea or concept. One example is using water to represent emotions.
Symbolism is when something represents something. For example a candle could represent hope or a dove could represent peace etc.
bamboo is a word and a plant but not a phrase "take"
竹 Read: "Take"
Symbolism lets us expand language to create imagery or use to represent something by using objects or animals.