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Respect for the Aged Day in Japan

Is Respect for the Aged Day a Public Holiday?

Respect for the Aged Day is a public holiday. It is a day off for the general population, and schools and most businesses are closed.

Respect for the Aged Day Observances

YearWeekdayDateNameHoliday Type
2015MonSep 21Respect for the Aged DayNational holiday
2016MonSep 19Respect for the Aged DayNational holiday
2017MonSep 18Respect for the Aged DayNational holiday
2018MonSep 17Respect for the Aged DayNational holiday
2019MonSep 16Respect for the Aged DayNational holiday
2020MonSep 21Respect for the Aged DayNational holiday
2021MonSep 20Respect for the Aged DayNational holiday
2022MonSep 19Respect for the Aged DayNational holiday
2023MonSep 18Respect for the Aged DayNational holiday
2024MonSep 16Respect for the Aged DayNational holiday
2025MonSep 15Respect for the Aged DayNational holiday

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