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Japan - Kinrō Kansha no Hi
In Japan, the Labor Day Thanksgiving is held every year on November 23. A day that celebrates the work of the county's citizens, it was originally a form of a harvest thanksgiving. After WWII, however, the aim of the event changed to recognize the fruits of the labor force and the recognition of human rights. Peace and human rights are at the forefront of discussions on this day, and gifts are offered to local police in recognition of their work.

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