what a wonderful holiday!
I wonder how they define "elderly". Here, it seems the age keeps sliding down. Now, you're "elderly" at 55. I'm impressed with your Japanese font and skills.xoRobyn
No kidding!? We shall have to do something for my mom. Thanks for the information. I wonder if she even knows about it.
I was wondering that myself, it was started in the mid-20th century and I assume she was in Hawaii by then.
Elder people should be honored more,especially if they did something great for the country
Well, Adam...I am elderly and I didn't know about this holiday in Japan. I think it's great..!! :)
That's a nice reminder for everyone!
What a fantastic holiday! I wish we had something similar here.
I hope someone honors me today!
I didn't know that. They do respect their elders so I am told.
I have read that they revere the elderly in Japan. I wish we would do the same over here.
that is a lovely holiday
That's a great holiday!
I think this is a nice holiday!
We should have something like that here.
Great day to have
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This is a great holiday, and very fitting for Japan. I don't think something like that would ever take here though (unfortunately).
Beautiful way to respect "aged people", they deserve it. Kisses:)
that's great! but we already have a "grand parents day" are they the same?It’s a GIRL Thing
That's pretty neat.
That's a great day! Showing respect for the elderly instead of just pushing them aside like so many do.