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1931–2016

Japan Football Association Logo

The JFA "three-legged crow" (Yatagarasu) logo adopted in 1931 is a composite by Jitsuzo Hinago of ideas presented by Tairei Uchino and other JFA founding members. According to the Chinese classics, a crow lives inside the sun, and it is said that this is what led Uchino - who was a Chinese classics scholar - to think of this three-legged crow design.

The alternate variant round badge was present on the uniforms between 1988 and 1991.

2016–present

JFA 2017


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Badges

1993–1998

JFA 1993
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1998–2002

JFA 1998
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2002–2010

2002–2006

JFA 2002
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2006–2010

JFA 2006
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2010–2017

JFA Logo

2017–present

Japan national football team crest


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