Safety Patrol Learns How To Fold Japanese Flag

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(L to R)    Jaden Schuldt, Domick Cestaro, Izabella Salvador, Master Chief Yamamoto, Mr. Mike Applegate,  Ashlyn Carter,  Brendan Glenister, Allison Rivera, and Joshua Moore. (Photo by Patrice Noma)
(L to R) Jaden Schuldt, Domick Cestaro, Izabella Salvador, Master Chief Yamamoto, Mr. Mike Applegate, Ashlyn Carter, Brendan Glenister, Allison Rivera, and Joshua Moore. (Photo by Patrice Noma)

Safety Patrol Learns How To Fold Japanese Flag

by: Mike Applegate | .
Sullivans School | .
published: January 16, 2016

On January 12th, 2016, Master Chief Yoshihito Yamamoto of the Japanese Navy Liaison Office, JMSDF, Yokosuka, visited Sullivans Elementary School to teach the Safety Patrol 5th Graders the proper way to fold the Japanese flag.    The folding of the Japanese Flag is somewhat similar to the way the U.S. Flag is folded, with some minor differences.  In the end the flag is shaped like a triangle and is folded by both ends.

Tags: Yokosuka Naval Base, Education
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