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If you are travelling to Japan on leisure then knowing when the National Holidays are can help you to enjoy some of the more cultural festivals that may take place during that time.

For those travelling on business, then trying to avoid National Holidays, will help save you save time and money.

The following are Japan's National Holidays for 2009:

1 January - New Year

2 January - Coming of Age Day

 11 February - National Founding Day

20 March - Vernal Equinox Day

29 April - Showa Day

3 May - Constitution Memorial Day

4 May - Greenery Day

5 May - Children's Day

20 July - Marine Day

21 September - Respect for the Aged Day

23 September - Autumnal Equinox Day

12 October - Health and Sports Day

3 November - National Cultural Day

23 November - Labor Thanksgiving Day

23 December - The Emperor's Birthday 

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