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/*! \file tokyo.hpp
    \brief Tokyo calendar

#ifndef quantlib_tokyo_calendar_h
#define quantlib_tokyo_calendar_h

#include <ql/calendar.hpp>

namespace QuantLib {

    //! %Tokyo calendar
    /*! Holidays:
        <li>New Year's Day, January 1st</li>
        <li>Bank Holiday, January 2nd</li>
        <li>Bank Holiday, January 3rd</li>
        <li>Coming of Age Day, 2nd Monday in January</li>
        <li>National Foundation Day, February 11th</li>
        <li>Vernal Equinox</li>
        <li>Greenery Day, April 29th</li>
        <li>Constitution Memorial Day, May 3rd</li>
        <li>Holiday for a Nation, May 4th</li>
        <li>Children's Day, May 5th</li>
        <li>Marine Day, 3rd Monday in July</li>
        <li>Respect for the Aged Day, 3rd Monday in September</li>
        <li>Autumnal Equinox</li>
        <li>Health and Sports Day, 2nd Monday in October</li>
        <li>National Culture Day, November 3rd</li>
        <li>Labor Thanksgiving Day, November 23rd</li>
        <li>Emperor's Birthday, December 23rd</li>
        <li>Bank Holiday, December 31st</li>
        <li>a few one-shot holidays</li>
        Holidays falling on a Sunday are observed on the Monday following
        except for the bank holidays associated with the new year.

        \ingroup calendars
00061     class Tokyo : public Calendar {
00063         class Impl : public Calendar::Impl {
            std::string name() const { return "Tokyo"; }
            bool isBusinessDay(const Date&) const;



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