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Holidays and Observances in Japan in 2018

Holidays and Observances in Japan in 2018

Date NameType
Jan 1MondayNew Year's DayNational holiday
Jan 2TuesdayJanuary 2 Bank HolidayBank holiday
Jan 3WednesdayJanuary 3 Bank HolidayBank holiday
Jan 8MondayComing of Age DayNational holiday
Feb 11SundayNational Foundation DayNational holiday
Feb 12MondayNational Foundation Day observedNational holiday
Feb 14WednesdayValentine's DayObservance
Mar 3SaturdayDolls' Festival/Girls' FestivalObservance
Mar 21WednesdayMarch EquinoxSeason
Mar 21WednesdaySpring EquinoxNational holiday
Apr 29SundayShōwa DayNational holiday
Apr 30MondayShōwa Day observedNational holiday
May 3ThursdayConstitution Memorial DayNational holiday
May 4FridayGreenery DayNational holiday
May 5SaturdayChildren's DayNational holiday
Jun 21ThursdayJune SolsticeSeason
Jul 7SaturdayStar FestivalObservance
Jul 16MondaySea DayNational holiday
Aug 6MondayHiroshima Memorial DayObservance
Aug 9ThursdayNagasaki Memorial DayObservance
Aug 11SaturdayMountain DayNational holiday
Sep 17MondayRespect for the Aged DayNational holiday
Sep 23SundaySeptember EquinoxSeason
Sep 23SundayAutumn EquinoxNational holiday
Sep 24MondayAutumn Equinox observedNational holiday
Oct 8MondayHealth and Sports DayNational holiday
Nov 3SaturdayCulture DayNational holiday
Nov 15Thursday7-5-3 DayObservance
Nov 23FridayLabor Thanksgiving DayNational holiday
Dec 22SaturdayDecember SolsticeSeason
Dec 23SundayEmperor's BirthdayNational holiday
Dec 24MondayEmperor's Birthday observedNational holiday
Dec 25TuesdayChristmasObservance
Dec 31MondayDecember 31 Bank HolidayBank holiday

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