Axis Powers and
Related Badges
Tripartite Pact button/pin.

The inscription reads 'Anti-Comintern Pact.'
The inscription reads 'Anti-Comintern Pact.'
Enamel Axis flags pin. The reverse pin is broken.
A small pin / badge from imperial Japan. The 3 Axis flags are painted here, and the
inscription reads 'Japan, Germany, Italy, Anti-Comintern Pact.' This pact was
originally signed by Japan and Germany in 1936. Since Italy is also included, this
badge might be from a bit later date. Very rare.
Axis flags badge. The center insignia is the emblem on the WW2-era
Italian flag, so this could be an Italian-made badge.
This badge is relatively large, measuring about 7 cm long.
Since the Japanese flag is in the center, this is probably Japanese-made.

As you can see, part of one of the wings has broken off.
Axis Powers badge with Hitler's face on the reverse. The Japanese man may be the Showa Emperor, but it
doesn't look like him much. Could also be
Kintomo Mushanokōji, the Japanese Ambassador to Germany
who actually signed the pact.
The inscription reads 'Emergency time in Japan. Japan/Germany
Anti-Comintern Pact Commemorative,
Showa 11 [1936] November 25, Held at Berlin.'
Axis Powers badge with Hitler's and Mussolini's faces on the reverse. The Japanese
man may be the Showa Emperor, but it doesn't look like him much. Could also be
Kintomo
Mushanokōji, the Japanese Ambassador to Germany who actually signed the pact.
The inscription reads 'Japan/Germany
Anti-Comintern Pact Commemorative, Showa 11
[1936] November 25, With the approval of Italy.'
German-made 1935 badge.
Silver .800
This is an award document for a contest sponsored by Morinaga Candy Company. This contest was also
sponsored by the various Japanese ministries as well as the German and Italian Embassies.

The middle section of text details the names and positions of the judges. To the far right we can see that
a third-year student, Hagane Kouhei, received an Honorable Mention prize.

Beautiful pair of Axis Powers tokkuri (sake bottles). They
have the Axis flags (Italy, Nazi Germany, and Japan) on
the necks.

These bottles appear to be entirely hand-painted. Both
have an inscription of some sort, but I am unable to read
them.