● What does “Kasumisou” mean?
It is a Japanese word comprised of two characters when written. Those characters are “kasumi” 霞 which, when standing alone, means “mist” or “haze” and “sou” 草 which means “grass.”
When combined to form a single word – 霞草 – we can translate these two characters literally as “misty grass” but, in fact, “kasumisou” is the name in Japanese for the tiny white flowers which, in English, we call “baby’s breath.”
Click below to view a very brief video showing the correct manner of writing our name in Japanese.