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Onna Village [Okinawa prefecture Japan]

恩納村

Last modified: 2014-11-22 by Zachary Harden
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[flag of Onna]
image by Eugene Ipavec, 5 March 2006


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City flag

Onna village adopted its emblem: 15 May 1973; no info on flag law.

flag proportion: seems 2:3; colour of field: green.

colour of emblem: yellow; diameter of emblem: seems 3/5 flag height; a stylized katakana Onna オンナ
Nozomi Kariyasu, 25 February 2006


The emblem consists of a long thin triangle pointing from hoist to fly, formed by the katakana o オ, n ン and one stroke of na ナ. The other stroke of the na ナ forms a circle. According to the website, the circle displays peace/harmony and signifies the villagers working together. The pointed line is a symbol of active progress within the peace and harmony. The emblem was established on the first anniversary of the return of Okinawa to Japan.

Also on the village website are pictures of the mayor receiving and passing on a "drive safely message flag" as part of a relay around the towns and villages of Okinawa.
Jonathan Dixon, 19 May 2006