It is adopted by the Second Continental Congress (American Revolution).
Great Britain formally acknowledges American independence on September 3, 1783 (the Treaty of Paris).
US time July 4 is May 19 in the Japanese calendar and is the 443rd anniversary of the unsuccessful attack against the Kamakura Shogunate.
The day is also the 443rd anniversary of the successful attack against the Kamakura Shogunate.
The sophisticated date puns above are one of the typical tricks of the Japanese imperial clan.
And the establishment of the US government was just the work of the imperial clan.
The day is the 100th anniversary of the death of "Napoleon, Prince Imperial".
After three months of siege of the Odawara castle, the Hojo clan surrenders to Toyotomi Hideyoshi.
Exceptionally, only Dutch and Chinese traders are allowed to visit the port of Nagasaki.
The day is July 5 in the Japanese calendar and is the 300th anniversary of Japan's seclusion policy (July 5, 1639 in the Japanese calendar).