Last modified: 2006-11-11 by phil nelson
Keywords: saitama | kawagoe | kanji: kawa | katakana: ko | katakana: go | katakana: e |
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image by Eugene Ipavec 7 December 2005
Kawagoe city in Saitama adopted its flag on December 1st 1922.
emblem: red; 3/5 of width; 1/100 towards hoist
stylized kanji Kawa (川) and katakana Ko (コエ).
website (in Japanese)
Nozomi Kariyasu, 17 November 2005
The site actually says that that the red emblem is situated on the white
field as in the national flag (of that time). The emblem was adopted 11 May
1912, and has the stylised kanji kawa 川 (river) inside a circle made up
of a stylised katakana ko &コ in the top half (katakana go ゴ has
ko as its basic character) and e エ in the bottom.
Jonathan Dixon, 4 January 2006