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Kokubunji City (Tokyo, Japan)


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image by Tomislav Šipek, 01 July 2014

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The Flag

Kokubunji city adopted its emblem on 5 December 1958 by Regulation No. 5, flag proportion: 2:3, colour of field: white, colour of emblem: dark reddish-brown diameter of emblem: 3/5 flag height, a stylized stylized kanji Bun 分 in the center and katakana Koku コク in outer circle.
Source: Kokubunji website
Nozomi Kariyasu, 11 March 2006

The regulation, does not say anything about the symbolism of the emblem, which is located elsewhere on the website. This explains the katakana forming the circle as expressing harmonious unity and the kanji in the centre (forming a diamond shape with curved sides) as simply symbolising the city's name. (links in Japanese)
Jonathan Dixon, 2 August, 2006

The city of Kokubunji use more red maroon mark for me.
Tomislav Šipek, 26 June 2014

Thanks to Mr. Kariyasu, here is correction of flag.
Tomislav Šipek
, 01 July 2014