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Ôita (Japan)

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The character ô is used instead of the correct character (o with a horizontal line above) that in Japanese transliterations indicates long vowels.

by Pascal Gross - 1998-05-05

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Description of the flag

Three red stylized Kanji character of O of Oita in a circle on white field. O letters represent friendship, faith and diligence, circle harmony and peace. White stands for equality and peace, red for sincerity. Adopted 1956-07-24.

Nozomi Kariyasu - 1998-05-06

White with red circular emblem consisting of three third-cycles with arrowheads. In hoist lower corner three brown ideogrammes with ?prefecture name? Proportions 7:10.
This flag is in Smith 1980 marked as state flag on land.

Zeljko Heimer - 1996-12-08

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