Internet Fair 2001 Japan

IssueInternet Fair 2001 Japan
First DayJanuary 5 , 2001
Value80 yen
Quantity10,000,000 copies each
Design"Hishou" ( flying )
Size28.05 x 33.6 mm , vertical
PrintingPhotogravure in 6 colors
Sheet10 stamps ( 2 x 5 )Picture of the sheet
PainterKayama Matazou ( traditional painter)
LayoutMorita Motoharu ( public services designer)
Catalog No.C1792-1793
First Day of
Issue Postmark
Tokyo Central Post Office

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

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(Small Notes for the issue)

Internet Fair 2001 Japan (Inpaku) is one of the commemorative events to celebrate "the first year of the new millenium." Inpaku is an on-line exposition consisting of the pavilions for specific themes, which are constructed by the central and the local governments, private corporations, nonprofit organizations and individual participants. Japan Philatelic Society participates in the event as one of the chosen nonprofit organizations.

The pair of se-tenant stamps depict flying Japanese crane over the surging billows. This is the last commemorative stamps bearing the imprint "Ookurasho Insatsukyoku Seizou" at the sheet margin owing to the central government reform on 6 February 2001 Japan.