|色の名前Japan Color Name||若緑（わかみどり）|
|RGB||R:165 G:205 B:137|
|CMYK||C:39 M:00 Y:55 K:05|
|Web カラーHex triplet|
若緑（わかみどり）とは、みずみずしい松の若葉のような明るく浅い黄緑色のことです。『老緑 』の対色。老緑とは年を経た老松 の葉のような灰みを帯びた深い緑色のこと。 若緑は松の新芽の色合いに因 んだ色ですが、草木の若葉や若芽など他の新緑を形容するのにも用いられます。萌黄色 』『若草色 』などがありますが、両色とも若緑に比べて黄みが強い鮮やかな色をしています。
[Explanation of a color]
The Wakamidori, is that of fresh pine bright shallow yellow-green, such as the young leaves. Versus the color of the “Oimidori”. That of deep green tinged with ash body, such as the leaves of the old pine that has passed through the year and Oimidori. Wakamidori is the color named after factor in shades of shoots of pine, but also be used to epithet the other fresh green, such as plants of the young leaves and shoots.
Get to color name “Waka” and “Oi” is a modifier that is used to epithet the green of the vegetation system, Waka is a “bright,” “vividness”, Oi is “dull”, “dull”, ” It was epithet and dark “. Traditional color names to get the “Oi” and “Waka” is, there is such as “Wakatake-iro” “Oitake-iro” to another.
The colors named after the fresh green like Wakamidori include “Moegi-iro” “Wakakusa-iro,” but, yellowish compared to Wakamidori Both colors have a strong vivid colors.