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Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (Japan)

総務省 Sōmu-shō

Last modified: 2017-09-22 by zachary harden
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Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (Japan)]
image by Zachary Harden, 5 September 2017


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Introduced in Apr 2005. The flag is a white flag with a logo mark in vivid orange color in the center. The sphere which jumps out from the square frame showing the land of Japan vigorously represents the figure of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, which closely links elements such as the country and region, the country and the people, the people and the life, the people and the foreign countries by information networking, and does creativity-rich activities other than the past activity areas. A warm and vivid color tone is reminiscent of pleasures, clearness, lightness, safety, peace and other meanings, and vivid orange color is selected as a color suitable for the ministry that supports the comfortable life of the people.
Nozomi Kariyasu, 5 August 2017