Batik Djawa Hokokai is batik which its designs and colors are strong influenced by Japanese culture, although backgrounds continued to display court batik designs like parang, kawung, lereng, and ceplokan. Batik Djawa Hokokai came during the Japanese occupation in Indonesia.
The format of Batik Djawa Hokokai is the morning-evening (pagi sore), namely two designs on a single cloth. It is famous for its complexity, as it inevitably displays tiny background and design fillings in a multi-colored pallet. The range and strength of colors-yellow, turquoise, violet, pink, and red displayed a distinctly Japanese nuance.