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JAPANESE REGIMENTAL COLOURS
The information below is from an outstanding website called ‘Flags of the World, FOTW’
The Japanese Army infantry carried colours into battle in the Russo-Japanese War. The design was the 16-ray ‘rising sun’ with the sun disk at the centre and a white panel at the lower hoist bearing the name of the regiment in black kanji. The flagpole was black with a golden finial in the form of a three-sided chrysanthemum mon. Artillery standards were abolished in 1885.
Image 1.Regular Infantry. Adopted in 1879. Dimensions 30¼” x 36” with gold edges and purple (bluish purple) fringes. The white triangle is approx. 7” x 8” in size. Image by Miles Li 8/6/13
Image 2. Reserve Infantry. Adopted in 1885. These were identical to Regular colours except fringes were red. Image by Kazutaka Nishiura, 20/3/14
Image 3. Regular Cavalry. Adopted in 1896. Dimensions 25” x 25” with gold edges and purple (blueish purple) fringes. The white triangle is approx. 6” x 6” in size. Image by Kazutaka Nishiura, 20/3/14