November 26, 2015

Happy Thanksgiving to All!

This is RPGhero here just wanting to wish all of the readers of the Otaku Reviewers weblog a Happy Thanksgiving. Just in case you didn't know, Thanksgiving is a North American holiday celebrated in the United States, Canada, and other North American places.

But like all holidays, there are big fans in other countries. This is true for especially for Thanksgiving and also in Japan!

Well for one, Japan is a bigger fan of the food chicken over turkey, which is the typical Thanksgiving meat for Americans. So instead of having to pardon (or not pardon) Mr. Turkey, there's a real choice that any Japanese family can make on their "Thanksgiving" dinner.

In Japan, it's technically "Labor Thanksgiving Day" and is a day dedicated to Japanese workers who work day in and day out during the rest of the year. It doesn't have vast political clout but it is a respected day off that the Japanese look forward to, just as Americans love and look forward to turkey dinner on Thanksgiving...

 ( ̄^ ̄メ)\(_ _ ;)



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