New Year’s vacation.”元” means “first.” and “日” means “day”
成人の日(seijin no hi)：January Second Monday of the month.
We congratulate and encourage the young man who realizes that he has become an adult and tries to survive on his own.
健康記念日（kenkoku kinenbi）：Feburary 11
To honor the founding of our nation and to cultivate a love for our country.
It is said to have originated from an ancient holiday called kigensetsu（紀元節）.The day Emperor Jinmu, considered the first emperor, ascended to the throne.
天皇誕生日（tennou tanjyoubi）：feburary 23
Celebrating the Birthday of the 126th Emperor Tokujin
春分の日(syubun no hi)：March 20 or 21
Praise for nature and respect for living creatures.
昭和の日(syouwa no hi)：April 29
Reflecting on the Showa Era, a time of reconstruction after turbulent days, and thinking about the future of the country.
憲法記念日（kenpou kinenbi）：May 3
Commemorating the implementation of the Constitution of Japan and the growth of the country
みどりの日（midori no hi）：May 4
To cultivate a rich heart and mind in appreciation of nature and its blessing
子供の日(kodomo no hi)：May 5
Respect children’s character, promote their well-being, and be grateful to their parents.
海の日（umi no hi）：July Third Monday of the month
Grateful for the bounty of the sea and hope for the prosperity of Japan as a maritime nation.
山の日（yama no hi）：August 11
Opportunities to become familiar with the mountains and appreciate their bounty
敬老の日（keirou no hi）：September Third moday of the month.
Respecting the elderly who have served society for many years and celebrating t
秋分の日（syubun no hi）September 22 or 23
We honor our ancestors and remember those we have lost.
スポーツの日（sports day）：October Second monday of tha month.
To enjoy sports, cultivate a spirit of respect for others, and hope to realize a healthy and vibrant society.
文化の日（bunka no hi）：November 2
Loving freedom and peace, promoting culture
勤労感謝の日（kinrou kansya no hi）：November 23
To celebrate the fruits of labor, to celebrate production, and to express mutual appreciation among the people.