Artide 133. The nationality of aircraft shall be indicated,with the captial letters JA (hereinafter referred to as "natiionality mark")in Roman characters without ornamentation.
Artide 134. The registration mark under the provisions of Article 5 of the Law (hereinafter referred to as "registation mark")shall be displayed as a combination of Roman Characters and Arabic numerals without ornamentation.
(Method and Location for displayng Nationality Mark and Registration Mark)
Article 135. The nationality mark and the registration mark shall be clearly and prominently and affixed in a permanent manner.
Article 136. The registration mark shall be displayed following the nationality mark.
Article 137.The method and location for displaying the nationality mark and registration mark shall be as follows:
(1)In the case of an aeroplaan and aglider ,the markings shall be displayed on the surfaces of the main wing and the taile wing and fuselage;
a)On the main wing surface,they shall be displayed on the right half of the upper surface,midways between the leading edge and the trailing edge tof the main wing, with the top of the markings facing toward the leading edge of the main wing. However the makings shakk not extend on to the aileron and the flap;
b)On the tail wing surface,the shall be located horizontally or vertically on both outboard sides of the verticaal tail wing at a destance of five centimetres or more from each edge thereof;
c)On the fuselage surface, they shall be displayed on both outboard sides of the fusekage between the main wing and the tail wing ,and lacated horizontally or vertically at the point immediately in front of the leading edge of the horizontak stabikiser;
(4)In the case of a rotorcrraft,the markings shall be displayed on the surface of the bottom and sides of the fuselage;
a)On the bottob surface of the fuselage, they shall be lacated close to the point tf maximum cross-section of the fuselage with their top facing toward the left sside thereof;
b)On the side surfaces of the fuselage , they shall be located horizontally or vertically on both sides of the fuselage between the axis of the main rotor and that of the auxiliary rotor, or on both sides of the casing around the engine mounting;