Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Nations’ Birthday ♪

Hello, I would like to congratulate the birthday of America;


Happy Declaration from Great Briton on July 4th, 1776!!!  I hope all American friends are going to have FABULOUS Independence Day Celebration♪♪♪
I wish I could enjoy the fire works and all. I may be able to watch it on TV news if I were lucky. Our National foundation Day is February 11th.

Haha, using this occasion, I checked ours and read this page
I was happy to learn our history and  here's a quote of little part,
"The origin of National Foundation Day (in Japan) is New Year's Day in the traditional lunisolar calendar. On that day, the foundation of Japan by Emperor Jimmu (first Emperor) was celebrated based on Nihonshoki (日本書紀), which states that Emperor Jimmu ascended to the throne on the first day of the first month (around BC.660).  In the Meiji period (19th century), the Japanese government designated the day as a National Holiday."
Well, we don't have much celebration for this holiday, which I think is a little pity considering the old history.   Have a great Holiday, dear friends in America,


  1. Dear Miyako,
    What a lovely post for 4th of July! I join in to wish all American friends a lovely Independence day Celebration!
    Thank you so much for all your visits and comments on my blog, my friend. It's always nice to see you stop by.
    Have a lovely Tuesday afternoon/evening my friend.


  2. Hi Miyako,

    Another lovely post from you my friend.

    Wishing all our American friends a happy 4th July.

    I hope that you too have a great week.

    x Fiona

  3. Thank you for your wonderful wishes, my dear friend Miyako, and also those of Eva and Fiona. It's so very kind!

    I love the ancient history of Japan, although I need to learn more about it. You all have such a rich and sophisticated history. I need to do more reading on it.

    Thank you again, my friend!

  4. Hi Miyako san,
    Amewa iyadesune..hayaku amega agatute
    Oniwano telemo golufu mo dekiru yoni naruto yoi desune.
    Mushi atui desune.
    Kageo hikani-yoni kio tukete-imasu
    Thank your sending your lots of love
    and hugs from Japan xoxo
    I hope the American friends are happy time Independence day celebration.

  5. Hi Miyako,
    Thank you for the happy sentiment for America's birthday. I agree with Shelly that your country's history is very interesting and I would like to learn more. I hope you have a wonderful week ahead. Much love to you my friend!

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  7. Thank you for the wishes for our Independence Day!

  8. Dearest Miyako,

    Indeed it is a pity that you don't have at least one day of great celebration as an entire nation. Just a great day to meditate the Freedom and the goodness that we, as families all enjoy.
    Thanks for your well wishes.
    Love to you from your American friend,


  9. Dear Miyako,
    Thanks for the best wishes for a FABULOUS Independence Day celebration. As long as the weather holds my little celebration should be enjoyable. I love getting together with friends and family and sharing food and friendship. I was surpised to read that Japan doesn't do more to celebrate National Foundation Day. Your culture has so many beautiful ways of celebrating I think I expected there would be a big celebration for your nation's birthday.
    Have a great week my dear bs. Love you always

  10. Happy birthday to USA!! Thank you for writing about Japan's National Foundation Day. I had very little knowledge about this day...how bad!
    I hope you get to watch fireworks on TV news :-) I probably do the same. (I prefer staying home rather than going out to crowded place. Hehe.)

  11. Oh such a lovely post. You always have new things to share with us.
    It is still very hot here,some rain last night.
    We can see some fireworks from our house.
    Hugs and love to you.....

  12. Hi dear Miyako. A lovely post in honour of America and all our lovely American bloggy friends. I join with you in hoping that they all enjoy the celebrations for this special day, the 4th July! Hugs to you dear friend x

  13. Thank you for your good wishes, Miyako. I hope you get to see fireworks on the television. xo

  14. a lovely post!!
    thanks for the sweet wishes!!
    I was surprised to hear that your National Foundation Day is celebrated in a large way..your country has so many other lovely celebrations and days of honoring.
    there are fireworks at the park across the street from my house..we have a wonderful view!!

  15. What a great post for you American friends love it and loved learning when Japan's National Foundation Day is of course here in Australia we have Australia Day which is the 26th Janurary.....I do like reading about these equal days in different countries.......thank you my amazing friend

  16. A self-less quote from a Japanese citizen. Sounds impossible but true. God Bless Miyako! :)

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