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JAPANESE Warrior Flag Art Poster
JAPANESE Warrior Flag Art Poster


"The Sun Yet Rises" by Skye Ryan-Evans ©

The Flag of the Imperial Navy of Japan with a Samurai Warrior riding before, features on this quality Wall Print with the words "The Sun Yet Rises" on the front.

After the worst natural disaster in the past 1200 years, the people of Japan are yet again required to call on their strength of Spirit and Courage as they battle the devastation before them. Using the famous warrior flag featuring the rising Sun and a Noble Samurai Warrior, the message conveys the fighting spirit and sense of Faith & of Hope that are synonymous with the great nation of Japan and its people.

NB: It is strongly urged by millions around the World, that this string of disasters in Japan and elsewhere, will encourage governments globally, to phase out nuclear power facilities everywhere, in favour of much safer and more cost-effective natural options like solar, wind and tidal sources to name just a few.

25% of proceeds from the sale of this unique Wall Poster, are donated to the International Red Cross as they work to restore the health and safety of those affected by the devastating March 2011 earthquakes that especially affected the island of Honshu and townships of Sendai, Osuchi etc. and the entire regional coastline in this part of Japan.
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JAPANESE Warrior Flag Art Poster


"The Sun Yet Rises" by Skye Ryan-Evans ©

The Flag of the Imperial Navy of Japan with a Samurai Warrior riding before, features on this quality Wall Print with the words "The Sun Yet Rises" on the front.

After the worst natural disaster in the past 1200 years, the people of Japan are yet again required to call on their strength of Spirit and Courage as they battle the devastation before them. Using the famous warrior flag featuring the rising Sun and a Noble Samurai Warrior, the message conveys the fighting spirit and sense of Faith & of Hope that are synonymous with the great nation of Japan and its people.

NB: It is strongly urged by millions around the World, that this string of disasters in Japan and elsewhere, will encourage governments globally, to phase out nuclear power facilities everywhere, in favour of much safer and more cost-effective natural options like solar, wind and tidal sources to name just a few.

25% of proceeds from the sale of this unique Wall Poster, are donated to the International Red Cross as they work to restore the health and safety of those affected by the devastating March 2011 earthquakes that especially affected the island of Honshu and townships of Sendai, Osuchi etc. and the entire regional coastline in this part of Japan.
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Created on 15/03/2011 01:08