Kanji coaster explanation

We will explain the characters of the kanji coaster you got.

Beauty <Japanese reading>  bi・utsuku-shii・yo-i・ho-meru 

It is a hieroglyph that represents the complete figure of a sheep.
Represents an ancient god offering. A sheep without defects was chosen for it.
Sheep are written in "羊" and kanji. In this way, "美" is a perfect figure.

Pionner <Japanese reading> taku・hira-ku・hiro-u

This means picking up food that has been cooked in the kitchen.
It has the meaning of pioneering by providing it with a new life and meaning.

Horse <Japanese reading>  ba・ma・me・uma・ma

Hieroglyph-shaped horse with mane.
In the old days, it meant "get angry" or "brave".

Congratulations <Japanese reading>  zui・tama・shirushi・medetai

It is a phonetic character.The sound is "耑(tan)".
"耑" is a form of priesthood with fluttering hair.
 "王" on the left is a requiem vessel.This is a figure of praying strictly with this.

Save <Japanese reading>  sa・tasu-keru・suke

It is a phonetic character.The sound is "左(sa,hidari)".
"左(hidari)" is to ask for help by asking for a place where God is with a ritual in his left hand.
So it has the meaning of “help”."イ"was added to make this more certain character meaning.

Season <Japanese reading>  ki・toki・sue

A character that combines "禾(ka)" and "子(ko)"  to create a single meaning.
"禾(ka)" is a hat made of rice ears.
It is called "季(ki)" that children dance while wearing this hat and praying for good harvest.
In Japanese, this kanji is used when expressing the four seasons, so read "toki".

bay <Japanese reading>  kou・e[e]・kawa

It is a phonetic letter and the note is "工(kou)".
 "工(kou)" is a semicircular shape with a gentle and sled like a rainbow.
In ancient times, the Yangtze River in China was called “江(Jiang)”.
This is because it has been known from 2200 years ago that it gently curves as it goes downstream.
In Japanese, it reads “e” and refers to the place where the sea or lake enters the land.

wealthy <Japanese reading>  yuu[ju]・yutaka・yuruyaka

It is a phonetic character and the note is "谷(yuu).
The appearance of the sign of God on a vessel containing a congratulatory word is called "谷(yuu).
There is the same Kanji that represents the valley, but the original is a different character.
It is called “裕” that this sign clearly dwells in the costume and appears.
In Japanese, it is used like rich or wealthy.

enjoyable <Japanese reading>  raku・tanoshi-i・ongaku・konomu

This is a hieroglyph.
It represents the shape of a hand bell with a handle.
"白" is the bell and "幺" is the thread decoration.
This character was born from waving this at the time of votive performance and enjoying God.

happiness <Japanese reading>  kou・saiwa-i・sachi・shiawa-se

This is a hieroglyph.
In old letters, it is a form of handrail used for punishment.
Punishment was also an unfortunate disaster because the laws were not in place in ancient times.

Only a handful of punishment was required.They said this "幸".That is speculated.