Yet another mysterious Japanese holiday–Shunki Korei-sai

It’s the Springtime Worship of the Imperial Ancestors called Shunki Korei-sai of the wild‘n’wacky Kokutai Cult of Shinto.

Don’t worry—No virgin sacrifices anymore—Just another of the many mysterious Japanese national holidays—It has been lamely renamed Vernal Equinox Day (Wiki).

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Learn more about previous Vernal Equinox Days…
   • Japan took a break for 3 days (3Yen / 2010-03-23)
   • fluff (3Yen / 2009-03-20)

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