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The marks are "Made in Occupied Japan" and "Occupied Japan".According to Occupied Japan, these marks were provided for American consumers who believed that purchase proceeds would repay war reparations.Soma pottery feature horses and Awaji is known for the use of bright green and yellow glaze. Their mark is the Imperial Chinese and Japanese flags crossed with the Turkish crescent moon and star in between them.Aerozon china features the two Japanese characters for the words, "nichi" and "hon".After the war the company produced "Rose China" or "R. China" for a short time as they needed time for quality to reach appropriate standards to carry the Noritake name.See Japanese Ceramics of the Last 100 Years by Stitt for additional history.Look for manufacturer import marks on Japanese china.Read the marks from top to bottom and from right to left.
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