Last modified: 2017-11-11 by rob raeside
Keywords: vexillological association | japanese vexillological association | nihon kishougaku kyoukai |
Links: FOTW homepage | search | disclaimer and copyright | write us | mirrors
|Association Name:||Japanese Vexillological Association (JAVA)
|Officers:||Nozomi Kariyasu, president
Miru Takano, secretary-general
|Established:||1 January 2000|
|FIAV Member since:||23 July 2001 (Full Member)|
The flag of the Japanese Vexillological Association (Nihon Kishougaku Kyoukai) was selected after a flag competition conducted through FOTW. A total of 61 entries were received.
The flag was designed by Phil Nelson of Prince Frederick, Maryland. It features the Hinomaru over a red halyard along the lower fly, both on a white background. The proportions are 7:10.
The Hinomaru (sun disc) has been an emblem of Japan since the 14th century. The halyards represent the ropes used to attach flags to hoists and is an international symbol of vexillology.
by Petr Exner
The logo was selected from the same competition. The logo was designed by Petr Exner of Prague, Czech Republic. The logo features the Hinomaru surrounded by a red halyard.
|Mailing Address:||Other Communication:|
|Nihon Kishougaku Kyoukai
Japanese Vexillological Association (JAVA)
c/o Nozomi Kariyasu
|Telephone: +81 42-799-1529 (Nozomi Kariyasu)
Fax: +81 42-799-1529 (Nozomi Kariyasu)
e-mail: Nozomi Kariyasu