Speaking of the 60th birthday, turning 60 is special for Japanese people.
We call the 60th birthday as "Kanreki" which literally means, full circle of the calendar.
There is a saying "Life Begins At Sixty."
People consider that the new life begins at 60.
I've heard people in other countries also celebrate their 60th birthday by throwing a party.
Is there any traditional or special things you do in your country?
In Japan, the person who turns 60 wear a red padded sleeveless kimono jacket called "Chanchanko" and hold a family reunion.
I wonder if the emperor wears a Chanchanko on his 60th birthday party...?
We have a traditional "Chanchanko" at Ichiroya! It comes with traditional red hood and fan.