Using Ryusuimon, a characteristic pattern from the Yayoi period, this design depicts flowing water by means of rhythmic undulations of the pattern which are reminiscent of the Seigaiha (blue ocean wave) pattern. Using blue-green Mizuasagi and a high-brightness silver Shirogane-iro, Ryusui expresses a fresh, transparent flow of water. The colors, with a feel of tradition and class, bring to life a sophisticated world view with freshness and Japanese modernism.

Ryusuimon is said to be the oldest among all mon patterns inspired by water. This pattern decorates pottery, bell-shaped bronze wares, and even wooden products from the Yayoi period, with implications of grace and valiance.