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WW2 Japanese Red Rising Sun Flag with writing in frame (32) (DH) (RI) "

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WW2 Japanese Red Rising Sun Flag with writing in frame, The Good Luck Flag, known as yosegaki hinomaru (寄せ書き日の丸) in the Japanese language, was a traditional gift for Japanese servicemen deployed during the military campaigns of the Empire of Japan, though most notably during World War II. The flag given to a soldier was a national flag signed by friends and family, often with short messages wishing the soldier victory

It has the signatures of 4 comrades who encourages the soldier to go into battle, The four comrades surnames are Harade, Nakahara, Yoshimitsu and Kawahito. It is written by implement "brush" of calligraphy of Japan, The characters written in large characters on the left of the flag reads: "BUUNCHOKYU".

BUUNCHOKYU means " good luck to you on the battlefield", The Kanji character large written on the upper part of the flag is "Beiei Gekimetsu". This means "destroy the United states and Britain".



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