The Flowers and Scenery of Kyushu II

@
IssueThe Flowers and Scenery of Kyushu II
PrefecturesFukuoka, Saga, Nagasaki, Kumamoto, Ooita, Miyazaki, and Kagoshima
First Day1 June 2006
Denominations80 yen x 10
Quanatity600,000 sets
Designs R679a R679b
Daffodils and Nokonoshima island (Fukuoka) Chinese bellflowers and Hiraodai (Fukuoka)
R679c R679d
Hydrangeas and Mikaerinotaki fall (Saga) Cosmos and Kujukushima islands (Nagasaki)
R679e R679f
Camellias and the five bridges of Amakusa (Kumamoto) Higota8i and Mt. Aso (Kumamoto)
R679g R679h
Primroses and Mt. Yufudake (Ooita) Lavender and Kujurenzan (Ooita)
R679i R679j
Poppies and Mt. Hinamoridake (Miyazaki) Nanohana and Mt. Kaimondake (Kagoshima)
Size22.5 mm x 33.0 mm
PrintingPhotogravure in 5 colours
Sheet20 stamps (4 x 5)
DesighnerIzumi Eiko (illustrator)
PrinterNational Printing Bureau



The data are based on the publicity of Japan Post.


[Back to Menu]


[Note on the Stamps]
The stamps depict representative flowers and blossoms of each prefecture in Kyushu together with the related scenery. This is the second issue of the sort following the first one ofr 1 June 2005.