The present Doodle, shown by Tokyo-based guest artist Tatsuro Kiuchi, celebrates Respect for the Aged Day (敬老の日 or Keiro no Hi), a yearly Japanese occasion committed to the nation’s old network.
Japan is one of just two countries with a public occasion that praises more established residents, and it has a lot to celebrate. The archipelago is home to the world’s biggest level of individuals matured 65 or more over 28% as indicated by late measurements.
Of that gathering, in excess of 70,000 individuals are more than 100 years of age, including the world’s most established living individual who turned 117 this year.
Glad Respect for the Aged Day, Japan!