Teeth of the fish and Omie mountains. plentiful in the wild rivers of Omie territory. The quill-like design is visuija'ane, represnting the teeth of the mountain fish. Mountain fish are an important food source for Omie people and are plentiful in the wild rivers of Omie territory. Traditionally, the mountain fish are cooked inside bamboo stems on the fire. The small black triangles around the edge of the work are dahoru'e, the design of the Omie mountains. The border and lines that run though the work are known as orriseege or pathways and provide a compositional framework for the designs.