Ethnic Japanese Mitsudomoe symbol carving, emblem of power from the who worship Hachiman. The pendant is made from Sono wood.
The history Created from three joined Tomoe, the Mitsudomoe is a popular symbol in Japan. The Mitsudomoe represents the trinity of the Shinto religion: Sky, Man, and Earth, which is the same as the three Pillars of Kabbalah: first, second and third, or Steiners Lucifer, Christ, and Ahriman, or the Hindi Rajas, Sattva, and Tamas.. Originally, it was associated with the Shinto war deity Hachiman, and through that was adopted by the samurai as their traditional symbol.