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Japanese schools differ by area. In Hokkaido, the long winter means longer winter holidays. Opposite applies in the south. Public holidays are universal though, inc Golden Week. From my experience holidays are usually end Mar / start April, August and mid / end Dec to early January. New school year starts in April.
Strangely enough I have been looking for ages as well today for this information. Have just rung the Japanese embassy here in Sydney and hoping they will come up with it. I work at a Japanese school in Australia and we are trying to link our term dates with there's and we still cannot find. roughly I have 10 April - July 20 for term 1, Sept 1 Dec 20 for ...
The UK School Holidays may coincide with school holidays from other parts of Europe. This will mean there will be more crowds in general, and costs for flights, hotels etc.. will be higher during this period. The UK Bank Holiday you mentioned is just a day off for a lot of people but all shops and tourist attractions will remain open. You may see a lot of ...
The school holidays in South Africa differ from province to province, and from year to year. Pretty much any google search for 'school holidays south africa' will bring it up, but for completeness, Schoolterms.co.za shows the breakdown for the upcoming year. I won't copy and paste the dates as that'd make it out of date in 12 months, but you can follow the ...
Whit Monday is still a bank holiday in France so schools and post offices will be closed, mail will not be dispatched, etc. but that should not bother you too much as a visitor. Shops in France do usually close on bank holidays but many supermarkets and shops in larger cities will open, maybe with reduced opening hours. On the other hand, major attractions ...
http://myschoolholidays.com/The-Japanese-School-15161 The golden week starting 29 of April and ending 5th of May, and some National holidays are not on the calender.
According to this site, schools seem to differ depending on where they are. The basics are on Wikipedia. If it's for travel, this should give you some idea at least.
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