Flag of Japan
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White area with a large red dot in the center; the dot represents the sun, without rays.
White symbolizes the honesty and purity. The red dot represents the sun disk (Hinomaru). This symbol is thousands of years old. As early as the 14th century, this red disk on a white background was considered a royal emblem in Japan.
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The Japanese national flag is also known as Hinomaru and is a symbol of the Japanese state. It was officially adopted in 1870 as the flag of the Empire of Japan. It is considered a symbol of Japanese national pride and identity, and is a sign of respect and reverence.
The first national flag of Japan was introduced in 1870. It consisted of a white rectangle with a red cross in the center. This flag became known as Hinomaru and was the official flag of Japan until 1889. In 1889, the current flag of Japan was introduced. It consists of a white rectangle with a red circle in the center. This flag is known as Nisshoki and has been the official flag of Japan ever since.
The national flag of Japan is a white circle on a red background. The white circle symbolizes the sun, which is also a symbol of happiness and prosperity. The red background represents the bravery and courage of the Japanese nation. The flag is also known as Hinomaru, which translates to "sun disk".