I've just published essay 1809 on 房 (chamber, room; cluster; tuft; tassel; cell), which includes a doozy of a photo. Take a look at this:
Photo Credit: Eve Kushner
The kanji in the center aren't the problem. Here they are from right to left:
ゴム印 (ゴムいん: rubber stamp)
印章 (いんしょう: stamp, seal)
名刺 (めいし: business cards)
We know, then, that this Osaka shop sells name seals, rubber stamps, and business cards.
But what's going on inside those circles?! Because I had 房 on the brain, I was miraculously able to spot it on the lower left. Beyond that, I was lost.
[To read the rest, go to Joy o' Kanji!]
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