Origin of the city symbol
It is a design based on the capital letter in Japanese ‘の’ of Noda City, which means friendship, reconciliation,
and unity and signifies that all the citizens form a single unit to advance toward a goal.
Noda city was formed on May 3, 1945 through a merger of one town and three villages as the eighth city in the prefecture,
and the city symbol was established on November 3 of the same year.
The Noda City flag is purple with white dyeing pattern centering on the city symbol, and it was established on October 1, 1984.