bxwareki – Convert dates from Gregorian to Japanese calender
This LaTeX package provides commands to convert from the Gregorian calendar (e. g. 2018/8/28) to the Japanese rendering of the Japanese calendar (e. g. Heisei 30 nen 8 gatsu 28 nichi; actually with kanji characters). You can choose whether the numbers are written in Western numerals or kanji numerals.
Note that the package only deals with dates in the year 1873 or later, where the Japanese calendar is really a Gregorian calendar with a different notation of years.
|Copyright||2018, 2019 Takayuki YATO (aka. “ZR”)|
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