Japan Releases Stamps to Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of Normalization of Sino Japanese Diplomatic Relations


On September 29, the 50th anniversary of the normalization of China Japan diplomatic relations, Japan Post released a set of commemorative stamps for the "50th anniversary of the normalization of Japan China diplomatic relations". This set of commemorative stamps is mainly designed with Chinese "national treasure" giant pandas, and is drawn by ink painting techniques. The style of painting is soft and elegant. There are two styles of stamps, one is a pair of adult giant pandas, the other is an adult giant panda and a pair of giant panda cubs. There are peonies and cherry blossoms under the two stamps. The stamps are sold in the form of sets of tickets, with a total of 10 stamps, 5 stamps for each of the two types, with a face value of 840 yen. Seven million stamps are planned to be issued. On the day of the sale of the stamps, the Central Post Office in Tokyo opened a special stamp area to provide commemorative postmarking services for people who bought the stamps. The postmark also features giant pandas. (Liu Xinshe)

Edit:He Chuanning Responsible editor:Su Suiyue


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