We the undersigned believe that in the interests of international relations and on behalf of international citizens in residency and in employment in Japan, "Pie Day" should be enstated as a national holiday. Falling on White Day, March 14th, which is not an official holiday, Pie Day is a grand Okinawan tradition imported to Osaka in recent years, celebrated by the baking and eating of blueberry pie. Our festivals and national holidays are almost exclusively insular, celebrating seasonal turns, religious holidays and national pride. We feel that if a day can be devoted to the legend of tanabata, a day can certainly be dedicated to the celebration of the presence, in our culture, of delicious pie goodness. With hope of a favourable response, We, the undersigned:
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Oishi Syuichirou, Finland7 years ago Comments: How does this fit into your diet, fukubuchou-fukubuchou
Dan Taichi, Finland7 years ago Comments: Pie has sugar. Sugar is good.
Taki Haginosuke, United States7 years ago
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