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Main events scheduled for March 7-13

  • March 4, 2022
  • , Kyodo News , 1:50 p.m.
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TOKYO – Main events scheduled in Japan for March 7-13:


March 7 (Mon)

— Environment Ministry to host International Conference for Implementing Article 6 of the Paris Agreement online.


March 8 (Tues)

— Monthly “economy watchers” survey for February to be released by Cabinet Office.

— Composite economic indicator indices for January to be released by Cabinet Office.

— Balance of payments statistics for January to be released by Finance Ministry.


March 9 (Wed)

— Revised gross domestic product data for 2021 and October-December quarter of 2021 to be released by Cabinet Office.

— Hiroshima High Court to hand down ruling on constitutionality of vote value disparity in lower house election in October 2021.

— Tokyo District Court to rule on former art dealer Yuzo Kato over copyright infringement in connection with the circulation of prints of Japanese-style artworks by late master Nihonga painters.


March 10 (Thurs)

— Nagoya District Court to rule on residents’ suit seeking to halt operations of Kansai Electric Power’s No. 3 and 4 nuclear reactors at the Takahama power plant in Fukui Prefecture until their measures against risks of an eruption at a volcano in the vicinity meet government safety regulations.


March 11 (Fri)

— Average household spending data for January to be released by Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications.

— 11th anniversary of Great East Japan Earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis at Tokyo Electric Power’s Fukushima Daiichi power plant.

— Tokyo High Court to hand down ruling on damages suit filed by Saburo Kita against state over sterilization surgery they were forced to undergo under a now-defunct eugenics protection law.

— Award ceremony for Japan Academy Film Prize to be held in Tokyo.


March 12 (Sat)

— No major events.


March 13 (Sun)

— Ishikawa gubernatorial election to be held.

— Kanazawa mayoral election to be held.

— The ruling Liberal Democratic Party to hold convention in Tokyo.

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