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"E" which is the fourth of the Japanese syllabary.

It's strange that the pronunciation of "e" doesn't open much, but it doesn't sound like "e" unless it's in this form.

"Eh ~" "Eh!", Words that often appear when you are surprised.

When I was a kid, it was difficult to write "e", and the last sloppy part was strange.

The origin seems to come from the Chinese character "clothing". I don't read "Eh" and the shape is different.

Tomato color is my inspiration. When the hiragana turns into a healthy red color, it's cute and has a unique feel.

We will continue to make Japanese dots in the tomato color series.

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"E" which is the fourth of the Japanese syllabary.

It's strange that the pronunciation of "e" doesn't open much, but it doesn't sound like "e" unless it's in this form.

"Eh ~" "Eh!", Words that often appear when you are surprised.

When I was a kid, it was difficult to write "e", and the last sloppy part was strange.

The origin seems to come from the Chinese character "clothing". I don't read "Eh" and the shape is different.

Tomato color is my inspiration. When the hiragana turns into a healthy red color, it's cute and has a unique feel.

We will continue to make Japanese dots in the tomato color series.

This collection has no description yet.

Contract Address0x495f...7b5e
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Token StandardERC-1155
ChainEthereum
MetadataCentralized
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