The name Kagome means the pattern of holes ("me" for eyes kago for a basket .
Few researchers claim that ancient Israelites arrived to Japan and left there some Jewish artifacts. The founder of the Makuya Japanese cult Ikuro Teshima believed these Israelites were called the Hata tribe and that They left Kagome crest at some of Shinto's oldest and most important shrines; the crest, a relatively simple shape, is a six-pointed star identical to the Star of David.
Prof. Shiloni wrote in his book that Isa stone lanterns, bearing Stars of David, were established in the 20th century by a manufacturer of soy sauce that had this trademark
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