ROKUYOU Japanese Calendar

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About this app

The ROKUYOU of the year are part of the calendar notes and include six different kinds of days: Senshou, Tomobiki, Senpu, Butsumetsu, Taian, and Shakkou.
In Japan, it is one of the most famous calendar notes in the calendar, and it is often found in general calendars and notebooks. In today's Japan, it has been influential, and has been used as a major It is used in conjunction with ceremonies such as weddings, funerals, and other ceremonies.
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Feb 2, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

405 reviews
David Finkel
January 7, 2022
Terrific app, if you know some Japanese. It gives a regular monthly calendar, with all the text in Japanese. It also shows the rokuyo day for each day. Rokuyu is a system for classifying each day in one of six (in Japanese, roku) categories, according to whether the day is lucky or not. For example, a day might be classified as lucky all day, or lucky in the morning but unlucky in the afternoon. You'll have to look on the Web to learn what the roku symbols mean.
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A Google user
January 10, 2010
Not in english bummer
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What's new

2023/2/3 Added support for new devices.