Celebrating Japan’s “CULTURE DAY”

Today is November 3, which means that Japan is holding a national holiday called Culture Day (Bunka no hi/文化の日).  This day is when the Japanese celebrate and promote their colourful culture and arts.

To learn more about this important Japanese holiday, watch the informative video below.  The video explains this celebration’s long history and the many different kinds of activities that people do to commemorate this day.  Enjoy!


Uploaded by:  Learn Japanese with JapanesePod101.com


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