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Beautiful art themed on the Japanese flag - profit from sales go to support Red Cross efforts in Japan.

Artists unite for Japan Flags

La Grande Vague by Joel Guenoun. Beautiful art themed on the Japanese flag - profit from sales go to support Red Cross efforts in Japan.

A Japanese flag bearer and a squadron of Japanese fighter planes, circa 1941. Photo: akg-images.

A Japanese flag bearer and a squadron of Japanese fighter 1941 ( this is what caused the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Like Nazi Germany , Imperial Japan started a war it could not win.

Modernizing Propaganda:  Avant-Garde Postcards  “Balloon with Japanese Flag in the Sky”  (with hand-written message)  Images from the Leonard A. Lauder Collection of  Japanese Postcards at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Modernizing Propaganda: Avant-Garde Postcards “Balloon with Japanese Flag in the Sky” (with hand-written message) Images from the Leonard A. Lauder Collection of Japanese Postcards at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Souvenirs

Color Photo: Marines with M-1 Carbines and Captured Japanese Flags

Marines with captured Japanese flags tied to their Carbines. The photo was probably taken in the Marianas. I have one of those flags taken during WWII!

Japanese flag of Japan personalized iPhone X Case Custom Brandable Electronics Gifts for your buniness #electronics #logo #brand

Japanese flag of Japan personalized iPhone X Case

Japanese flag of Japan personalized iPhone X Case Custom Brandable Electronics Gifts for your buniness #electronics #logo #brand

Japanese flag circle emblem rising sun T-Shirt - customizable diy

Japanese flag circle emblem rising sun T-Shirt - customizable diy

Japanese Flag - Mousepad - airportag

Japanese Flag - Mousepad

Japanese Flag - Mousepad - airportag

American Soldiers Holding Captured Japanese Flag on Guadalcanal Island During WWII

American Soldiers Holding Captured Japanese Flag on Guadalcanal Island During WWII

American Soldiers Holding Captured Japanese Flag on Guadalcanal Island During WWII (sadly this generation is all most gone)

Above is Japan’s flag. The red disc in the middle represents the Sun without its rays. The official name of the flag is Nisshoki.

Japan Capital: Tokyo Official Language: none National Language: Japanese Government: Monarchy Currency: Yen Driving: left Religion: Buddhism, Shinto Flag: Nisshōki/Hinomaru - circle of the sun

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