We would like to take a moment to acknowledge and celebrate Mountain Day, a national holiday in Japan. Observed annually on August 11th, this day is dedicated to appreciating the blessings of mountains and their role in providing water, natural resources, and recreational activities.
About Mountain Day:
Please note that our offices in Japan will be closed in observance of this holiday. We encourage everyone to take a moment to appreciate the natural beauty around us, wherever we may be.
Happy Mountain Day! 🏔️ Today, August 11th, we celebrate this unique holiday in Japan. The holiday was established to encourage people to appreciate the multitude of benefits from the mountains such as providing water, natural resources, and recreational activities. Can you imagine a world without beautiful mountainous landscapes and... skiing?!
About this day:
Please remember, our colleagues in Japan will be out of the office today to observe this holiday.
Let's take a moment to appreciate the beauty of mountains, wherever we are in the world. 🌍
Today, we celebrate Mountain Day in Japan, observed every August 11th. This holiday is a time to appreciate the benefits of mountains and to get closer to nature.
About Mountain Day:
Please note, our offices in Japan will be closed in observance of this holiday. We encourage everyone to take a moment to appreciate the natural beauty around us, wherever you are.
Japan's Mountain Day is coming up in about a week!
Please note that our offices located in Japan will be closed in observance of this holiday. We encourage everyone to plan their work schedules and communications accordingly to ensure a smooth workflow during this period.
If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to your people team or manager.
We wish those who will be observing Mountain Day a peaceful and restful holiday.
Mountain Day, or "Yama no Hi," is a national holiday in Japan celebrated annually on August 11th. It was officially recognized in 2014 and first observed in 2016, making it the newest of Japan's 16 public holidays. On this day, Japanese citizens are given time off to appreciate and honor the nation's mountains.
Recognizing and celebrating diverse holidays like Mountain Day in global teams is crucial for fostering inclusivity and respect. It helps to acknowledge the cultural significance and traditions of team members, promoting a sense of belonging and mutual understanding. This can enhance team cohesion, productivity, and overall workplace satisfaction.
Ideas for celebrating Mountain Day at work could include: