|色の名前Japan Color Name||薄水色（うすみずいろ）|
|RGB||R:188 G:225 B:223|
|CMYK||C:30 M:00 Y:15 K:00|
|Web カラーHex triplet|
[Explanation of a color]
The Usumizu-iro, literally, such as thinning the light blue, is a pale blue-green. Color, which has been referred to as the “Mizuhanada” in “Manyoshu” is, it will be called “Mizu-iro” when it comes to the Edo era. In some of which it was further lighter is “Usumizu-iro”, the original is like those that had been epithet a thin color of Mizu-iro, was established as a color name.
By the way, there is a “淡水色” in the color name of the same reading but, more of 淡水色 has a further thin color.