JPX Market Holidays

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The Tokyo Stock Exchange (JPX) is a stock exchange located in Tokyo, Japan with a market cap of $5.44 Trillion.

The Tokyo Stock Exchange is open five days per week for five hours per day and is closed for nineteen holidays per year.

All holidays listed below are the observed date, not the actual date. For example, if Christmas Day falls on a weekend many stock exchanges will close on the Friday before or the Monday after. Exchanges sometimes close multiple days for a holiday or have modified hours instead of fully closing.

This section contains holidays for all years from 2020 to 2016. Click the tabs below to navigate to different years.

When is the Next Tokyo Stock Exchange Holiday?

The next Tokyo Stock Exchange holiday is Mountain Day and will be observed on August 12, 2019 which is 2 weeks from now.

List of 2020 Tokyo Stock Exchange Market Holidays (19)

Year Holiday Name Observed Date Status
2020 New Year's Day January 1, 2020 Closed
2020 Market Holiday January 2, 2020 Closed
2020 Market Holiday January 3, 2020 Closed
2020 Coming of Age Day January 13, 2020 Closed
2020 National Foundation Day February 11, 2020 Closed
2020 Emperor's Birthday February 24, 2020 Closed
2020 Vernal Equinox March 20, 2020 Closed
2020 Showa Day April 29, 2020 Closed
2020 Greenery Day May 4, 2020 Closed
2020 Accession Day May 5, 2020 Closed
2020 Constitution Memorial Day May 6, 2020 Closed
2020 Marine Day July 23, 2020 Closed
2020 Health and Sports Day July 24, 2020 Closed
2020 Mountain Day August 10, 2020 Closed
2020 Respect for the Aged Day September 21, 2020 Closed
2020 Autumnal Equinox September 22, 2020 Closed
2020 Culture Day November 3, 2020 Closed
2020 Labor Thanksgiving Day November 23, 2020 Closed
2020 Market Holiday December 31, 2020 Closed

† Indicates the stock exchange is closed on a different day than the official date on which the holiday is typically celebrated. This is typically the case when a holiday falls on a non-business day.

‡ Indicates that the stock exchange has special hours due to a holiday rather than a full closure. Special Hours and Holiday Closures are always taken into account when computing the Opening/Closing Bell Countdown.


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