|色の名前Japan Color Name||深藍（ふかあい）|
|RGB||R:000 G:065 B:080|
|CMYK||C:100 M:00 Y:25 K:75|
|Web カラーHex triplet|
ちなみに、『ふかきあいいろ』や『こきらん』と読む場合は、平安時代の『延喜式 』に定められた青みがかった暗い緑色の『深藍色 』を指すので注意が必要です。
[Explanation of a color]
The Fukaai, is a rich dark blue color that has been dyed to the closer the Aizome to black. It is also read as “Shinran”. Blue-black, such as “Fukaai” was referred to as the “Kachi-iro” from 搗Tsu that the indigo at the time of Aizome. Also very favored by medieval samurai who tint to feel the dignity honor spartan, luck that rely on the character of “Katsu”, “Katsu-iro” from the same thing as the further sound of “Kachi” is “wins” It has become the color.
By the way, if you read “Fukakiaiiro” and “Kokiran”, you must be careful because refers to the “Fukakiaiiro” “Engishiki” to given bluish dark green of the Heian period.