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Kisarazu si [Chiba prefecture Japan]


Last modified: 2006-09-02 by phil nelson
Keywords: kisarazu | chiba | kanji: ki |
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[flag of Kisarazu] image by Eugene Ipavec, 24 May 2006

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City flag

Kisarazu city in Chiba Prefecture adopted its emblem on 22 December 1947

A stylized kanji Ki

No flag legislation but they use following flag as practice: flag proportion: 2:3; colour of field: blue; colour of emblem: white; diameter of emblem: 3/5 flag height

Source: Kisarazu website (in Japanese)
Nozomi Kariyasu, 27 April 2006

From the Kisarazu website

The city emblem of Kisarazu is based on (ki, meaning tree), the first character in Kisarazu. The circle represents the port, and the opening at the top the port entrance. Together they represent the solidarity of the people of the city and its development. The emblem was decided on after inviting suggestions from the public on the fifth anniversary of Kisarazu becoming a city (adopted on December 22, 1947).

Phil Nelson, 30 April 2006