Here is a collection of 50 Japanese town logos that incorporate stylized kanji characters into the design.

Kanji municipal flag, Japan --
Fujinomiya (Shizuoka): The kanji å®® (miya) inside a cherry blossom with Mt Fuji petals

Kanji town logo, Japan --
Fukuyama (Hiroshima): Bat-shaped 山 (yama) denotes old name of Kōmoriyama ("Bat Mountain")

Kanji town symbol, Japan --
Ibaraki (Ōsaka): The kanji 茨 (ibara) in the shape of a pigeon

Kanji municipal icon, Japan --
Nishino-omote (Kagoshima): The kanji 西 (nishi)

Kanji city emblem, Japan --
Ōme (Tōkyō): The kanji 青 (ao) and plum blossom (ume) signify 青梅 (Ōme)

Kanji municipal symbol, Japan --
Kanazawa (Ishikawa): The kanji 金 (kana) inside a plum blossom, the Maeda clan symbol

Kanji municipal icon, Japan --
Okutama (Tōkyō): The kanji 奥 (oku)

Kanji city symbol, Japan --
Hachinohe (Aomori): The kanji 八戸 (Hachinohe) in the shape of a crane (head and wings)

Kanji town flag, Japan --
Kitami (Hokkaidō): The kanji 北 (kita) shaped like a sash weight

Kanji municipal symbol, Japan --
Yūbari (Hokkaidō): The kanji 夕 (yū) inside a hexagon representing coal

Kanji city logo, Japan --
Hitachi (Ibaraki): A flower-shaped ç«‹ (tachi) kanji inside a circle representing the kanji æ—¥ (hi)

Kanji municipal icon, Japan --
Seto (Aichi): The kanji 土 (tsuchi, or "soil") in a clay pot represents the local pottery industry

Kanji municipal symbol, Japan --
Shibuya (Tōkyō): The kanji 渋 (shibu)

Kanji town logo, Japan --
Yonago (Tottori): The kanji ç±³ (yona)

Kanji municipal flag, Japan --
Beppu (Ōita): The kanji 別 (betsu), the first character in 別府 (Beppu)

Kanji town icon, Japan --
Akita: The kanji ç”° (ta) symbolizing arrows, a reference to Akita Castle

Kanji municipal symbol, Japan --
Azumino (Nagano): The kanji 安 (an), the first character in 安曇野 (Azumino)

Kanji city badge, Japan --
Fujiyoshida (Yamanashi): Mt Fuji and the kanji 吉 (yoshi)

Kanji town badge, Japan --
Shinagawa (Tōkyō): The kanji 品 (shina)

Kanji municipal badge, Japan --
Kōchi (Kōchi): The kanji 高 (kō)

Kanji municipal icon, Japan --
Funabashi (Chiba): The kanji 舟 (funa, or "boat")

Kanji municipal symbol, Japan --
Kakamigahara (Gifu): The kanji 各 (kaku), the first character in 各務原 (Kakamigahara)

Kanji municipal flag, Japan --
Izumo (Shimane): The kanji 出 (i)

Kanji town logo, Japan --
Ishinomaki (Miyagi): The kanji 石 (ishi)

Kanji town symbol, Japan --
Karatsu (Saga): The kanji 唐 (kara)

Kanji town logo, Japan --
Kōka (Shiga): The kanji 甲 (kō)

Kanji town flag, Japan --
Shinjuku (Tōkyō): The kanji 新 (shin)

Kanji town emblem, Japan --
Uji (Kyōto): The kanji 宇 (u)

Kanji municipal symbol, Japan --
Nagareyama (Chiba): Seal script style kanji 流 (nagare), representing the Edogawa River

Kanji municipal flag, Japan --
Nabari (Mie): The kanji 名 (na)

Kanji municipal icon, Japan --
Kasuga (Fukuoka): 春 (haru), the first character in 春日 (Kasuga), shaped like local ancient tombs

Kanji city emblem, Japan --
Otaru (Hokkaidō): The kanji 小 (o) inside a six-pointed star symbolizing snow

Kanji town symbol, Japan --
Matsumoto (Nagano): Pine (matsu) needles encircle the kanji 本 (moto)

Kanji town logo, Japan --
Tachikawa (Tōkyō): The kanji 立 (tachi) and 川 (kawa)

Kanji municipal flag, Japan --
Koganei (Tōkyō): The kanji 小 (ko) shaped like a cherry blossom

Kanji town flag, Japan --
Tajimi (Gifu): The kanji 多 (ta) and a Chinese bellflower

Kanji municipal icon, Japan --
Tama (Tōkyō): The kanji 多 (ta) shaped like a pigeon

Kanji municipal symbol, Japan --
Kodaira (Tōkyō): The kanji 小平 (Kodaira)

Kanji town logo, Japan --
Tenri (Nara): The plum blossom-shaped 天 (ten) is similar to the symbol of the Tenrikyo religion

Kanji town flag, Japan --
Yonaguni (Okinawa): The kanji 与 (yo)

Kanji town logo, Japan --
Monbetsu (Hokkaidō): The kanji 紋 (mon)

Kanji town emblem, Japan --
Sendai (Miyagi): The kanji ä»™ (sen)

Kanji municipal symbol, Japan --
Suzuka (Mie): The kanji 鈴 (suzu) shaped like a bell

Kanji municipal flag, Japan --
Takatsuki (Ōsaka): The kanji 高 (taka)

Kanji town logo, Japan --
Taketomi (Okinawa): The kanji 竹 (take)

Kanji town icon, Japan --
Yokkaichi (Mie): The kanji 四日 (yokka)

Kanji municipal flag, Japan --
Tsuchiura (Ibaraki): The kanji 土 (tsuchi) represents a flower and the waves on Lake Kasumigaura

Kanji municipal emblem, Japan --
Utsunomiya (Tochigi): The kanji å®® (miya) looks like a turtle shell, a reference to Utsunomiya Castle

Kanji municipal flag, Japan --
Yamaguchi (Yamaguchi): The kanji 山口 (Yamaguchi)

Kanji municipal emblem, Japan --
Hachijō (Tōkyō): The kanji 八丈 (Hachijō) arranged in the shape of a bird

Related: Hiragana/katakana town logos

[Link: Wikipedia]