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Fujieda City [Shizuoka prefecture Japan]


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[Fujieda city flag]
image by Eugene Ipavec 12 January 2006

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City Flag

Fujieda city adopted its emblem on 11 September 1954 by Notice No 86; adoption date of flag: 31 March 1977 by Notice No 23 (links in Japanese)
Flag proportion: 2:3
colour of field: white
emblem diameter: 3/5 flag height; the city flower - a wisteria in purple.
Nozomi Kariyasu, 1 January 2006

The order says a tuft (fringe) should be attached, but not for a flag in general use. Nozomi has already mentioned that the field should be white and the emblem purple. The white of the field is a desire for advancement and development/growth and for a permanently/eternally spotlessly clean city. The purple of the emblem shows the colour of the city flower wisteria (in Japanese, the fuji of Fujieda). This shows a desire for noble dignity in the appearance of the city, together with the field's cleanness, seeking sublime dignity.
Jonathan Dixon, 1 February 2006

Okabe Town / 岡部町

[Fujieda city flag]
image by Tomislav Šipek, 16 April 2014

The flag of the former town of Okabe was orange with mark. The town is now, from 2009, part of the city of Fujieda.
Tomislav Šipek, 16 April 2014