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Yachting ensigns, Japan

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Keywords: japan | yachting burgee: japan | burgee: japan yachting clubs | triangle: 2 | sun: red | mountain | anchor: fouled | letter: w |
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Unidentified yachting club

[yachting flag]
by Jaume Ollé

This yacht flag (date unknown) is made from my notes. The original image was published in Vexillinfo, but unfortunately I deleted accidentally the quotation of the issue, but the flag I believe that is accurate except perhaps for minor details (i.e. size of red disk)
Jaume Ollé, 28 Feb 2000


Enoshima Yacht Club

[Enoshima Yacht Club]
by Jose C. Alegria

The burgee of Enoshima Yacht Club is a white triangular flag with a blue border and a blue Capital E letter placed near the hoist.
Ivan Sache, 15 January 2005


Enoshima Junior Yacht Club

[Enoshima Junior Yacht Club]
by Jose C. Alegria Source: Enoshima Yacht Club

The burgee of Enoshima Junior Yacht Club is a long (~1:3) trapezoidal blue flag divided by a red cross and with a white canton charged with a red disc.
Ivan Sache, 15 January 2005


Hayama Marina Yacht Club

[Hayama Marina Yacht Club burgee]
by Jose C. Alegria

The burgee of Hayama Marina Yacht Club is a blue triangular flag divided by a white cross with the blue Capital letters HMYC placed on the horizontal arm of the cross.
Ivan Sache, 15 January 2005


Japanese Ocean Racing Club

[Japanese Ocean Racing club burgee]
by Jose C. Alegria

The burgee of the Japanese Ocean Racing Club is a white triangular flag with an horizontal red stripe in the middle.
Ivan Sache, 15 January 2005


Kanto Yacht Club

[Kanto Yacht Club burgee]
by Ivan Sache

Blue pennant with a red disc including a white inscribed triangle pointing upwards, itself including another 'inscribed' triangle pointing downwards. Ivan Sache, 5 August 2000


Nippon Yacht Club

[Nippon Yacht Club burgee]
by Jose C. Alegria

The burgee of the Nippon Yacht Club is a white triangular flag with a red disc in canton and a stylized N letter made of three black, red and blue parts, respectively.
Ivan Sache, 15 January 2005


Tokyo Sail & Power Squadron

[Tokyo Sail & Power Squadron burgee]
by Jose C. Alegria

The burgee of the Tokyo Sail and Power Squadron is a triangular flag divided in three parts: the upper canton is white with a black white-fouled anchor placed diagonally, the lower canton is red with a blue mountain with a white top (most probably the Fuji Yama volcano) and the rest of the flag is vertically divided in seven blue stripes and siw white stripes. The blue and white stripes recall the flag of the US Power Squadron.
Ivan Sache, 15 January 2005


Waseda Yacht Club

[Waseda Yacht Club burgee]
by Ivan Sache, 1 June 2009

The burgee of the Waseda Yacht Club, as shown graphically on the club's website, is dark red with a thin white cross and a white "W" in canton.

Souce: Waseda Yacht Club website

See also: Waseda University
Ivan Sache, 1 June 2009