Japan Flag Colors

Japan Flag Color Codes in HTML Hex, RGB, CMYK & Pantone

The Japan flag has a white rectangular banner and a crimson red disk at the center. The flag is known as Nisshōki that means sun-rise flag. Use these Japan flag color codes if you need their national flag colors for your digital designs, paint, or printing projects. Check out this link for the rest of the Asian Flag Colors.

Get Japan flag color code values in standard and popular color code formats (HEX / HTML / Web, RGB, CMYK, Pantone)

Japan Flag Color Codes
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Japan Flag Color Names & Codes


White - FFFFFF
  • Hex: #FFFFFF
  • RGB: 255,255,255
  • CMYK: 0,0,0,0
  • Pantone: PMS White C


Red - BC002D
  • Hex: #BC002D
  • RGB: 188,0,45
  • CMYK: 0,74,56,26
  • Pantone: PMS 200 C

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Did You Know?
The flag of Japan is one of the easiest flags to recognize. It has a very simple design of a crimson disc against a white background, representing the sun rising into the sky. According to tradition, the sun goddess Amaterasu founded Japan in the 7th century BC. Japan’s emperors are thought to be descendants of the sun goddess, and a popular name for the country is ‘Land of Rising Sun.’

Japan Flag Colors Palette Image

Japan Flag Color Palette

Download This Japan Flag Color Scheme Palette as a PNG Image with the HTML Hex Code Mentioned.


Japan Flag Colors Meaning

The Japanese national flag has a white background and a crimson red disk at the center. This flag is officially called Nisshōki that means sun-rise flag. Japan is known as “the land of the rising sun.” The red sun represents Amaterasu, the Sun Goddess.

  • White: It represents purity and honesty.
  • Sun disc, Emblem of Japan (Red): It represents the rising sun and Amaterasu, the Sun Goddess.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

When was Japan’s flag adopted?

The Japanese flag was officially adopted on August 5, 1854.

When did Japan’s flag change?

The Japan’s national flag was changed on August 13, 1999.