Golden Week (ゴ ー ル ン ウ ウ ィ ー ク) is the Golden week in Japan and consists of a set of national holidays that usually goes from 29 from April to 5 in May.
The Japanese Golden Week is so important to the Japanese that it only loses in popularity to the Obon (New Year).
Holidays that make up Golden Week - Golden Week
- April 29 - Showa Day (Showa no hi - 昭和 の 日)
- 3 May - Constitution Day (Kenpokinenbi - 憲法 記念 日)
- 4 May - Green Day (Midori no hi - み ど り の 日)
- 5 May - Children's Day (Kodomo no hi-こ ど も の 日)
- Showa Day (Showa no hi) April 29 - Birthday of the former Emperor Showa, that day the Japanese remember the 63 years of the Showa Era.
- Constitution Day (Kenpokinenbi) May 3 - It is an important day, where the Japanese reflect on the meaning of Japanese laws, democracy and Japanese government.
- Green Day or Nature Day (Midori no hi) 4 May - This day was created because the emperor loved plants and nature.
- Children's Day (Kodomo no hi) Se - Children's Day is intended for children. The girls have their own day.
National holiday: 29 from April to 5 of May, Golden Week.