A rare ring of teal and sapphires that were once used in Japanese traditional medicine, as part of the Tokugawa period, has gone on display in Japan for the first time.
The Japanese have been collecting the gemstones since the 19th century, when they started collecting the rare stones in Japan.
The Japanese have a long history of making art and artifacts of their own, and are often called the “golden country” of Asia.
But many of these rare gems have gone on to become collectors’ items, as well as jewels.
One of the gems that has been on display is the “Hana no Kaisetsu” gemstone, named after the Japanese word for “tongue.”
The “Hane” is an ancient Japanese name for the “tentacle,” which was traditionally used as a medicine for cancer patients.
This tentacle was traditionally made from a red stone called yatagarasu, which was used to treat a variety of illnesses including epilepsy and heart disease.
The yatagarsasu was made from one of the many types of yatashi, which are the rarest and most valuable types of gemstones.
According to the American Museum of Natural History, “the red yatagra is also called the ‘crown stone,’ the ‘sack stone,’ or the ‘belly stone.'”
According to one of Japan’s top medical experts, the red yatsura, which is called the most valuable gemstone in Japan, has a lot of medicinal properties.
This means that it can be used as an alternative to the traditional use of acupuncture, or Chinese herbal medicine.
According the museum, the Japanese used yatagsasu for several purposes, including as an anti-inflammatory, an antihistamine, and to treat epilepsy.
The museum’s curator, Akira Suzuki, says that it was also used to prevent heart disease and to strengthen the lungs.
The red yatosura is a highly prized gem, and is considered the best gemstone of the world.
According a statement from the American Institute of Japanese Studies, the Hana no kaisetsu is “the oldest gem in Japan.”
According to the museum’s description, the gemstone is “an indelible part of Japanese culture and the culture of Japan.”
According to an online auction site, it’s estimated that about 40,000 of these “crown stones” have been sold to collectors around the world, including the British Museum, the Royal College of Art in London, and the National Museum of Canada.
In a statement to ABC News, the American Heritage Foundation said that, “The Hana No Kaisetsetsu is a beautiful piece of Japanese art and one of only a handful known to exist.”
The museum is hosting the event at the American Historical Society in Washington, D.C. The American Heritage Institute’s statement added that the stone “has a history of being used for healing purposes and the museum will host the first-ever public presentation of it on Saturday, September 24.”
This article originally appeared on ABC News.