We have May sickness in Japan. This means freshmen or new employees feel depressed shortly after beginning school or work.
April 29 to May 5 in Japan, which includes four different holidays, is called “Golden Week”. Many workers have up to 10 days off. There is also ‘May sickness’,
where new students or workers start to be tired of their new routine. (In Japan the school year and fiscal year start on April 1.)