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Japanese 2020 Public Holidays Revised
 
(Posted on Wednesday, April 17, 2019)

Source: National Astronomical Observatory of Japan (Tokyo)

The National Astronomical Observatory of Japan and the Government of Japan have issued a revised list of the annual list of official national holidays, and public holidays in Japan for the calendar year 2020.

Recall that, contrary to the usual routine (01-Feb-2019, 06-Jan-2018, 08-Jan-2017, 10-Jan-2016, 11-Jan-2015, 09-Jan-2014, 01-Mar-2013, 14-May-2012 and 25-Nov-2011) whereby, apart from the year-end banks-only holidays, the announcement of annual public holidays in Japan followed the list of official Japanese non-working public holidays as amended over the last decade (15-May-2005, 22-Jun-2001 and 23-Oct-1998), in 2020, there will be 3 changes of public holidays dates in Japan due to the Tokyo Olympics (13-Jun-2018, 07-Apr-2018, 06-Dec-2017, 03-Oct-2017, 22-Aug-2017).

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