Greenery Day

Greenery Day

When : Always April 29th

Japanese Greenery Day celebrates the birthday of Japanese Emperor Hirohito. In Japanese culture, Greenery day is a time to commune with nature and to be thankful and appreciative of it's abundance.

Celebrate Greenery Day with a nature walk or by doing a project to improve or preserve nature.


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