There are a number of symbols of strength-- These are the only ones I know about. One is a dragonfly-- a katsumushi or the "invincible insect", was a warriors favorite. another is the elephant--it is a symbol of strength of mind, a samurai's sword is also a symbol of power and strength and the carp is also a symbol of strength and courage. Each year on the fifth day of the fifth month, carp kites are flown outside homes to represent each child. "To my way of thinking" and I am not sure it is the same way of thinking for the Japanese but a carp represents a child and on that 5th day-- celebration is honoring their children whom they look as their strength of the future.
In Japanese culture, like in many other cultures, the dove is a symbolic symbol of peace. The dove is also considered a sacred symbol in Japanese culture.
Strength = "chikara" = 力
The blue dragon is said to be a symbol of a leader in Japanese culture.
In Japanese culture it symbolizes strength, happiness, and also courage.
Rain is a very important symbol in Japanese culture. It represents cleansing and rebirth. It shows becoming new again.
Because Its A Symbol Of Respect
Remembrance, as in commemoration, can be 'kinen,' written:　記念
The Indian symbol for strength is the bear and this is also a common symbol for strength used by other cultures. Another symbol for strength is the hawk.
ANSWERThe dragon can mean a number of things in Japanese culture. The most significant meaning being fertility, humility, procreation and warding off evil spirits.ANSWERNot exactly, it was more of an ancient spirit that Japanese believe in and use it as a symbol of courage strength and that sort of thing.ANSWERThe Japanese have adapted to the Chinese culture of the Dragon, in their beliefs the Dragon brings strength, luck and fortune, but should be respected cause it would also be able to do the other way around. China therefore organizes a festival every year to honor the Dragon.or it could mean anything
In Chinese culture, koi fish are a symbol of success and wealth.Koi fish are actually more of a symbol in Japanese culture, however. They can mean several different things:independent mindedstrong willed and stubbornsurpassing of expectationsvictorious deeds
In Chinese culture, the cherry blossom symbolizes a woman's dominance and beauty. It is a symbol of feminine sexuality and power. It is also a symbol of love. In Japanese culture, it is a symbol of friendship, innocence and simplicity. It is associated with Buddhism and the transient nature of life. In the Japanese samurai culture, it represents drops of blood. During World War II, it was associated with the kamikaze suicide bombers.
what is a african symbol for strength?