Nature of Chugoku Region-Flowers

IssueNature of Chugoku Region-Flowers
PrefectureTottori, Shimane,Okayama, Hiroshima, Yamaguchi
Date of Issue1 May 2000 ( Heisei 12 )
Denomination50 yen x 5
DesignR403: Tottori,
R404: Shimane,
R405: Okayama,
R406: Hiroshima,
R407: Yamaguchi,
Image Area22.5 X 27.0 millimeters
PrintingOffset in 5 colors Picture of Sheet
Sheet20 stamps ( 4 X 5 )
DesignerOzaki Shingo ( illustraor )
Catalogue No.R403-407
First Day of
 Issue Postmark
Tottori Centlal
Post Office
Matsue Central
Post Office
Okayama Central
Post Office
Hiroshima Central
Post Office
Yamaguchi Central
Post Office

Nature of Chugoku Region-Flowers, Pane

IssueNature of Chugoku Region-Flowers, Pane
Price500 yen ( \50 X 10 stamps )
Size of Pane51.0 X 160.0 millimeters
Sheet10 stamps ( 2 X 5 )
Catalogue No.R407P

Japanese Stamp Specialized Catalog (JSCA) & SAKURA Catalog numbers are adopted.

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(Small Notes for Issue)
By the theme, Nature of Chugoku Region, a vertical se-tenant strip of five stamps was issued. Each stamp depicts the flower and the scenic point of a prefecture of the region.
R403: Nijisseikinashi (flowers of Japanese pear tree) and Tottori dune (Tottori Prefecture)
R404: Botan (peonies) and Izumo-taisha Shrine (Shimane Prefecture)
R405: Momonohana (peach blossoms) and traditional houses in Kurashiki (Okayama Prefecture)
R406: Momiji (maple leaves) and the grand gate of Itsukushima Shrine (Hiroshima Prefecture)
R407: Natsumikan (summer-orange blossoms) and the sea (Yamaguchi Prefecture)