A collection of 50 Japanese town logos that incorporate stylized kanji characters into the design.
Ibaraki (Ōsaka): The kanji 茨 (ibara) in the shape of a pigeon
Shinagawa (Tōkyō): The kanji 品 (shina)
Seto (Aichi): The kanji 土 (tsuchi, or “soil”) in a clay pot represents the local pottery industry
Shinjuku (Tōkyō): The kanji 新 (shin)
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