The badge created by the Okinawa Keizai Doyukai last year as an initiative to rebuild the disappeared Shurijo Castle and support SDGs will be sold to the general public at the Okinawa Karate Kaikan. Karate is said to have its roots in the self-defense techniques learned by the Ryukyu Kingdom samurai, and I believe that the reconstruction of Shurijo Castle is important for disseminating "Okinawa, the birthplace of karate" to the world.
Therefore, we will donate 250 yen of the proceeds to activities (organizations, etc.) related to the reconstruction of the symbol "Shurijo Castle" of Okinawa Prefecture, which disappeared on October 31, 2019, and the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) set by the United Nations.
We look forward to the support of many people.
Design explanation: Designed Shurijo Castle in the style of Okinawa Bingata, with 17 colors of SDGs. Clothes-friendly magnet type.