The Coming of Age Day in Japan

Japanese business start-up consultant

Today is the coming of age day in Japan, which is a bank holiday. I am sorry for young adults who turn 20 years old in this year as there is not much to celebrate with so many new Covid-19 infections. The numbers of new cases these days are very worrying. I hope they keep determined and are diligent about their study.

Since I left college, I’ve wished that I had spent more time on certain areas of study, making friends with more people or joining more societies. However, at different times, I’ve wished I’d spent that time on different things, and there was only so much time in those two years that doing everything wasn’t possible.

If we don’t have any regrets about things we did or didn’t do in the past, we are either perfect or (much more likely) we don’t realise the mistakes we’ve made.

The situation at the moment is no one’s fault. Their current time isn’t completely wasted, as it must plant some seed for the future, such as wanting to study and go abroad.

I hope they and their family are keeping well in these unusual times.

司法書士堀明子 – HORIakiko –
司法書士 / ビジネスコンサルタント / ライフ・コーチ
Shiho-shoshi Lawyer / Business consultant / Life coach

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