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Inashiki City [Ibaraki prefecture Japan]

稲敷市

Last modified: 2014-08-23 by Zachary Harden
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[Inashiki]
image by Tomislav Šipek, 01 August 2014


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The flag of the city of Inashiki ia white with mark.
Source: http://www.city.inashiki.lg.jp/index.php?code=1866
Tomislav Šipek
, 01 August 2014

The city emblem was adopted on Mar 22nd 2005 by Ordinance No 3 but there is no flag law. The white flag has a white, a green, a blue three color city emblem in the center. The city emblem depicts rice stalks in form of semicircles and green ground. The four semicircles symbolize merged four former towns and village and a development of the city. The blue color stands for a bright city development and the city blessed with water.
Nozomi Kariyasu, 02 August 2014


Azuma Town / 東町

[Azuma]
image by Tomislav Šipek, 11 August 2014

The flag of the former town of Azuma was white with mark. The town is now, from 2005, part of the city of Inashiki.
Source: http://www.gappei-archive.soumu.go.jp/db/08ibaraki/24-inasiki/cyouinshiki.HTML
Tomislav Šipek, 11 August 2014


Edosaki Town / 江戸崎町

[Edosaki]
image by Tomislav Šipek, 11 August 2014

The flag of the former town of Edosaki was white with mark. The town is now, from 2005, part of the city of Inashiki.
Source: http://www.gappei-archive.soumu.go.jp/db/08ibaraki/24-inasiki/cyouinshiki.HTML
Tomislav Šipek, 11 August 2014


Sakuragawa Village / 桜川村

[Azuma]
image by Tomislav Šipek, 11 August 2014

The flag of the former village of Sakuragawa was white with mark.The town is now, from 2005, part of the city of Inashiki.
Source: http://www.gappei-archive.soumu.go.jp/db/08ibaraki/24-inasiki/cyouinshiki.HTML
Tomislav Šipek, 11 August 2014


Shintone Town / 新利根町

[Azuma]
image by Tomislav Šipek, 11 August 2014

The flag of the former town of Shintone was white with mark. The town is now, from 2005, part of the city of Inashiki.
Source: http://www.gappei-archive.soumu.go.jp/db/08ibaraki/24-inasiki/cyouinshiki.HTML
Tomislav Šipek, 11 August 2014