|色の名前Japan Color Name||淡黄蘗（うすきはだ）|
|RGB||R:249 G:241 B:192|
|CMYK||C:00 M:02 Y:30 K:05|
|Web カラーHex triplet|
[Explanation of a color]
The Usukihada, is a bright pale yellow with a thin color of Kihadazome. Than “Tankou” representing a thin yellow will be even thinner color. By the way, “Kihada” is the color name is the dye of the typical yellow dye of Japan, along with “Kariyasu”.
Deciduous tree of the citrus family and Kihada. Bark native to Japan throughout and this name from the fact that yellow endothelial appears was attached. Bark of Kihada is also referred to as “Oubaku”, it has been used as a herbal medicine to work in dye and abdominal pain for a long time. According to the “Engishiki” of the Heian period there is a description that was dyed a “green” and “Ai-iro” in indigo and KIhada. In addition, since it is Kisome by KIhada that there is an effect of preventing the worm-eaten and dye the paper, was Mashi et al also used in dyeing paper for Sutras.
Bright but a Hakanage transience-up atmosphere “Usukihada” is like the color of the moon just came out like from a dark horizon.