Main events scheduled in Japan for June 6-12:
June 6 (Mon)
-- Yokohama District Court to hand down ruling over high-profile 2017 fatal road rage case that was sent back to it by higher court due to illegal procedural issue.
-- Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda to deliver speech in Tokyo.
June 7 (Tue)
-- Household spending data for April to be released by Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications.
-- Preliminary composite economic indicator indices for April to be released by Cabinet Office.
-- Short Shorts Film Festival and Asia to run until June 20 in Tokyo.
June 8 (Wed)
-- 1st revision of gross domestic product data for January-March quarter to be released by Cabinet Office.
-- Preliminary balance of payments statistics for April to be released by Finance Ministry.
-- Monthly "economy watchers" survey for May to be released by Cabinet Office.
-- 1st hearing to be held at Nagoya District Court on damages suit filed by bereaved family of Ratnayake Liyanage Wishma Sandamali, a Sri Lankan woman who died last year while in detention in Japan.
June 9 (Thurs)
-- No major events.
June 10 (Fri)
-- Japan to resume accepting foreign tourists.
-- Preliminary corporate goods price index for May to be released by Bank of Japan.
-- Prime Minister Fumio Kishida to attend June 10-12 Shangri-La security dialogue in Singapore.
June 11 (Sat)
-- Prime Minister Fumio Kishida to meet with Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong in Singapore.
June 12 (Sun)
-- Evacuation order for part of Katsurao village near crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant to be lifted.