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यतिका बर्ष बितिसकेछन मेरा कुनै लक्ष्य बिनानै । अब जीउनु पनि कति नै छ र बाँकि यस धर्तीमा ? अनि के नै पो गर्न सक्छु र मेरा बाँकि जिन्दगीमा? फगत जीउनु सिवाए । लक्ष्यहरु प्राप्तिको लागि जीन्दगीका दौरानमा अनेकौ हण्डर पनि खाइयो, तर अपसोच! गन्तब्यमा नपुग्दै मेरा ती सबै लक्ष्यहरु बीचबाटोमै चकनाचुर हुन्थे । हेरौं, यी मेरा बाँकि जीन्दगीमा लक्ष्य प्राप्ति हुनेछ या छैन? तरपनि गन्तव्यहीन यात्रामा लक्ष्य प्राप्तिको लागि मेरो हर प्रयास रहनेछ.....रहिरहनेछ

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Golden Week in Japan

The end of April through around May 5th is called "Golden Week" in Japan since there are many Japanese national holidays during this period. Many Japanese offices close for about a week to 10 days, depending on the calender. People take a vacation and travel around the country or abroad, so tourist attractions in Japan are very crowded during Golden Week. Also, airports and train stations in Japan are overflowing with people. It is hard to get reservations for accommodations and transportation during Golden Week.The first national holiday during Golden Week is April 29, which was the birthday of the former emperor Shouwa. Now, this day is called showa-no-hi (Showa Day). The second holiday is kenpou-kinen-bi (Constitution Memorial Day), May 3. The new Japanese constitution was put into effect on May 3, 1947. Then, May 4 is called midori-no-hi (Greenery Day) during which we show appreciation for nature.
The last holiday during Golden Week is kodomono-hi (Children's Day) on May 5th. It's Japanese Boy's Festival called tango-no-sekku and is a day to pray for healthy growth of boys. It's a Japanese tradition for families of boys to hang up carp streamers (koinobori) outside their houses around this holiday. Carps are believed to symbolize successes in children's lives. Also, samurai dolls called gogatsu ningyo (May Dolls) are displayed in their houses.
May is a pleasant season to travel in Japan. Try to plan a trip to Japan after Golden Week. It is much better.

A specific Golden Week holidays are listed below, cited from Wikipedia:
April 29
  • Emperor’s Birthday (天皇誕生日, Emperor’s Birthday), until 1988
  • Greenery Day, or Nature Day (みどりの日, Midori no hi), from 1989 until 2006
  • Shōwa Day (昭和の日, Shōwa no hi), from 2007
May 3
  • Constitution Memorial Day (憲法記念日, Kenpō kinenbi)
May 4
  • holiday† (国民の休日, Kokumin no kyūjitsu), from 1985 until 2006
  • Greenery Day, or Nature Day (みどりの日, Midori no hi) (from 2007)
May 5
  • Children’s Day (こどもの日, Kodomo no hi), also customarily known as Boys’ Day (端午の節句, Tango no sekku).


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