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The armiger is a son and grandson of railway workers I've growth a fond respect and admiration for trains, which play an important role in my hobbies even if my main interest are computers. This is shown in the winged wheel, which represents progress, improvement, commerce (my full-time job customers) and will to reach higher goals. The cherry blossom represents my interest on Japanese culture, history and language, which I have been studying for a few years now. The fact that it lies between the wings is a way to embrace new experiences to come. The owl with the book represents my constant search for knowledge and my will to share it with others. The tinctures are also the main colours in the flag of my home town (Alcázar de San Juan, Spain), which are the same of the Order of Saint John, under whose jurisdiction laid for centuries.
The motto is a reminder that no matter what others say about me, I will do my best to eventually achieve anything I set out to do as hard as it might be.
Blazon: A locomotive oil headlight Argent, on the frame a cog wheel Gules, three cherry blossoms Or.