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I moved this page from "National and Imperial Seal of Japan" because that title is possibly inaccurate, since the symbol's status as the national seal is not defined by law. Call things what they are, and elaborate in the article... --Jiang 09:51, 2 October 2005 (UTC)
I think seal of japan is 国璽(kokuji).This article should move to "emblem of japan".I want to move but anyone argue this suggestion ? please think where I rewrite Japanese 国璽 in English with me if anyone aruge it.--Forestfarmer 05:01, 31 July 2006 (UTC)