The town's logo is centered around a representation of the Sadamisaki Peninsula, the longest peninsula in Japan. Ikata's "i" wraps around it, joining with the waves in creating a powerful symbol for the dynamism and energy of Ikata.
This tree in the beech family can be found all over Ikata, firmly embracing the earth as they grow. Their wood makes an extremely sturdy building material. This tree fits perfectly with the ever-growing town of Ikata.
This flower, the Japanese silverleaf, grows all over Ikata, its simple yellow blossoms hinting at the unassuming warmth of the town and its people.
This fish in the jack family can be found in the Iyo and Uwa seas, and is an important part of the local diet. Its energetic frolicking in the ocean waves is just like the energy and vibrance of Ikata.