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Nakatsugawa City [Gifu prefecture Japan]


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[flag of Nakatsugawa]
image by Eugene Ipavec, 14 February 2006

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City Background

Nakatsugawa was founded on 1 April 1951 by a merger of two villages, and became a city on 1 April 1952. It has grown significantly since then. The emblem features a stylised naka (centre, inside) in the centre, with two extra line making the emblem a circular shape. The design symbolises the expansion like a cirlce (in all directions?) of the city area by joingin with nearby villages, the peace of the union, and the resulting rushing increase of the city population.
Jonathan Dixon, 4 May 2006

The Flag

Nakatsugawa city in Yamanashi adopted its emblem on emblem: 19 December 1955; flag adopted 1 August 1976 by Notice No 13 (link in Japanese)
Flag proportion: 7:10
colour of field: white
colour of emblem: dark blue; height of emblem: 3/5 flag height; emblem placed 1/100 towards hoist; a stylized kanji Naka
Nozomi Kariyasu, 21 January 2006

Yamaguchi Village / 山口村

[flag of Mitake]
image by Tomislav Šipek, 03 April 2014

The flag of the former village of Yamaguchi (Nagano Prefecture) was green with mark. The village is now part of the city of Nakatsugawa.
Tomislav Šipek, 03 April 2014

The former Yamaguchi Village became a part of Nakatsugawa City on Feb 13th 2005. It is rare case for the village located in Nagano Prefecture became a part of a city in next Gifu Prefecture.
Nozomi Kariyasu, 31 December 2014