Children's Day (Japan)
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Children's Day (子供の日 kodomo no hi ) in Japan is celebrated on May 5. It has been a national holiday in Japan since 1948. Children's Day is one of a group of national holidays called Golden Week.
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- Nussbaum, Louis-Frédéric. (2005). "Koi-nobori" in Japan Encyclopedia, p. 544.
- Ginkoya, Boy's Day; retrieved 2012-2-21.
- KidsWebJapan, Children's Day; retrieved 2012-2-21.
- Ginkoya, Girl's Day; retrieved 2012-2-21.
- Japanese American National Museum, "Koinobori: Celebrating the Spirit of Boys Day"; retrieved 2012-2-21.