The Flowers and Scenery of Kyushu

R665a R665b
R665c R665d
R665e R665f
R665g R665h
R665i R665j
Issue The Flowers and Scenery of Kyushu
Prefectures Fukuoka, Saga, Nagasaki, Kumamoto, Ooita, Miyazaki, and Kagoshima
First Day 1 June 2005
Quantity 1,000,000 sheets
Value 50 yen x 10, se-tenant block of 10
Designs R665a - Ume and Dazaifu-Tenmangu (shrine) (Fukuoka)
R665b - Sakura (cherry blossoms) and Kanmon bridge (Fukuoka)
R665c - Kusunohana (camphor blossoms) and Ariake Sea (Saga)
R665d - Unzen-Tsutsuji (azaleas) and Mt. Fugendake (Nagasaki)
R665e - Tulips and Huis Ten Bosch (Nagasaki)
R665f - Rindou (gentians) and Mt. Aso (Kumamoto)
R665g - Bungo-Ume and Mt. Takasaki (Ooita)
R665h - Hamayu (crinums) and Nichinan beach (Miyazaki)
R665i - Miyama-Kirishima (azaleas) and Kirishima mountain range (Kagoshima)
R665j - Hibiscus and Adan (screw-pine) (Kagoshima)
Size 22.5 x 27.0 mm, vertical
Printing Photogravure in 5 colors
Sheet 20 stamps (4 x 5)
Designer Iwasaki Chizuru (illustrator)
Prianter National Printing Bureau



The data are based on the Publicity of Japan Post.


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[Note on the Stamps]
The stamps depict representative flowers and blossoms of each prefecture in Kyushu together with the related scenery.