|色の名前Japan Color Name||紺鼠（こんねず）|
|RGB||R:063 G:069 B:081|
|CMYK||C:30 M:15 Y:00 K:80|
|Web カラーHex triplet|
江戸の頃は「奢侈禁止令 』がたびたび施行され、派手な色が禁止されたこともあり、鼠色や茶色が「四十八茶百鼠 」として大流行しました。人々はわずかな色の違いに名前を付けて、地味な色を「粋 」に楽しんだのです。
[Explanation of a color]
The Konnezu, is a dark gray slightly bluish. Color name was tinged literally “Kon-iro” from “Nezumi-iro”. A color that was born in the Edo era, a Kon-iro dull “Konkeshi” still less blue than, has become a bitterness has increased color.
Edo of time is often enforced the “luxury ban”, sometimes flashy colors is prohibited, Nezumi-iro and Cha-iro was all the rage as “Shijuhacha-Hyakunezumi”. People name the slight differences in color, it enjoyed a sober color to “Iki”.
The gray was born in this time, to the other, such as derived from the difference of hue “Enjinezu”, “Beninezu”, “Ainezu” “Ginnezu”, derived from the place name “Soganezu” “Fukagawanezu”, derived from the person’s name “Komachinezu” The color is also the name is also quite different, such as.