PUBLIC HOLIDAYS 2012
|January 1||New Year's Day|
|January 2||Bank holidays (banks are closed)|
|January 3||Bank holidays (banks are closed)|
|January 9||Coming of Age Day (Seijin no hi)|
|February 11||National Day (Kenkoku kinen no hi)|
|March 20||Start of Spring - Vernal Equinox (Shumbun no hi )|
|April 29*||Showa Day|
|May 3*||Constitution Day (Kenpo Kinenbi)|
|May 4* (Tue)||Day of Nature or Greenery Day (Midori no hi)|
|May 5* (Tue)||Children's Day (Kodomo no hi)|
|July 16||Navy Day or Marine Day(Umi no hi) - 3rd Monday of July|
|September 20||Respect for the Aged Day (Keiro no hi)|
|September 23||Autumnal Equinox (Shubun no hi ) Shinto|
|October 8||Health-Sports Day (Taiiku no hi ) - 2nd Monday of October|
|November 3||National Culture Day (Bunka-no-hi)|
|November 23||Labour Thanksgiving Day (Kinro Kansha no hi)|
|December 23||Emperor's Birthday (Tenno Tanjobi)|
|December 31||Bank holidays (banks are closed)|
How to serveSake can be served in many various ways to best suit the season and your taste.
FilmSake Test Film with Mats Bruzaeus and Mitsuo Otsuka at Izakaya MITSUO in Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan.
Our sommelierChief Sommelier Mats Bruzaeus has had the pleasure of studying Sake over the years in Japan.