n. 1 An http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/arrangement%20of%20lines of laths composed of interlaced triangles such that each point where two laths cross has four neighboring points. Although called a lattice, it is more closely related to the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/trihexagonal%20tiling than to a http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/lattice%20(group). 2 Short for http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kagome%20Kagome; a Japanese children's game.
Kagome may refer to:
- Kagome lattice, a lattice structure found in many natural minerals' molecular arrangements
- Kagome crest, a star shaped symbol related to the lattice design and present in many Shinto shrines
- Kagome Kagome, a popular children's game in Japan
- Kagome Higurashi, the female protagonist in the manga and anime series InuYasha
- Kagome Co., Ltd., a food and beverage company in Japan
is a Japanese manufacturer and distributor of tomato-based foods, and fruit and vegetable juices.
Its core product is the Yasai Seikatsu 100 brand of vegetable juice, introduced in 1995. It also claims to be Japan's largest supplier of tomato ketchup and tomato juice. Kagome grows tomatoes in greenhouses and market gardens in Japan.
Since 2007, it has partnered with Asahi Breweries to develop low alcohol fruit and vegetable drinks. U.S.-based global fast food restaurateur, Yum! Brands, awarded its 2008 Asia Franchise STAR to Kagome.