DateTime::Calendar::Japanese::Era - DateTime Extension for Japanese Eras
use DateTime::Calendar::Japanese::Era; my $era = DateTime::Calendar::Japanese::Era->lookup_by_date( datetime => DateTime->new(year => 1990) ); my $era = DateTime::Calendar::Japanese::Era->lookup_by_id( id => HEISEI_ERA ); my $era = DateTime::Calendar::Japanese::Era->lookup_by_name( name => "ʿ��" ); my $era = DateTime::Calendar::Japanese::Era->new( id => ..., start => ..., end => ... ); $era->id; $era->start; $era->end;
Japan traditionally used an "era" system since 645 to denote the year. For example, 2006 is "Heisei 18".
The era system is loosely tied to the reign of an emperor: in modern days (since the Meiji era) eras can only be renewed when a new emperor succeeds his predecessor. Until then new eras were proclaimed for various reasons, including the succession of the shogunate during the Tokugawa shogunate.
During the 60 years between 1331 and 1392, there were two regimes in Japan claiming to be the rightful successor to the imperial throne. During this period of time, there were two sets of eras in use.
This module by default uses eras from the North regime, but you can get the South regime's eras if you explicitly specify it:
use DateTime::Calendar::Japanese::Era qw(SOUTH_REGIME); my $dt = DateTime->new( year => 1342 ); $era = DateTime::Calendar::Japanese::Era->lookup_by_date( datetime => $dt, regime => SOUTH_REGIME );
Registers a new era object in the lookup table.
Returns all eras that are registered.
$heisei = DateTime::Calendar::Japanese::Era->lookup_by_id( id => HEISEI );
Returns the era associated with the given era id. The IDs are provided by DateTime::Calendar::Japanese::Era as constants.
$heisei = DateTime::Calendar::Japanese::Era->lookup_by_name( name => '平成', );
Returns the era associated with the given era name. By default UTF-8 is assumed for the name parameter. You can override this by specifying the 'encoding' parameter.
my $dt = DateTime->new(year => 1990); $heisei = DateTime::Calendar::Japanese::Era->lookup_by_date( datetime => $dt );
Returns the era associate with the given date.
Loads era definitions from the specified file. For internal use only
Below are the list of era IDs that are known to this module:
TAIKA HAKUCHI SHUCHOU TAIHOU KEIUN WADOU REIKI YOUROU JINKI TENPYOU TENPYOUKANPOU TENPYOUSHOUHOU TENPYOUJOUJI TENPYOUJINGO JINGOKEIUN HOUKI TENNOU ENRYAKU DAIDOU KOUNIN TENCHOU JOUWA KASHOU NINJU SAIKOU TENNAN JOUGAN GANGYOU NINNA KANPYOU SHOUTAI ENGI ENCHOU SHOUHEI TENGYOU TENRYAKU TENTOKU OUWA KOUHOU ANNA TENROKU TENNEN JOUGEN1 TENGEN EIKAN KANNA EIEN EISO SHOURYAKU CHOUTOKU CHOUHOU KANKOU CHOUWA KANNIN JIAN MANJU CHOUGEN CHOURYAKU CHOUKYU KANTOKU EISHOU1 TENGI KOUHEI JIRYAKU ENKYUU JOUHOU JOURYAKU EIHOU OUTOKU KANJI KAHOU EICHOU JOUTOKU KOUWA CHOUJI KAJOU TENNIN TENNEI EIKYU GENNEI HOUAN TENJI DAIJI TENSHOU1 CHOUSHOU HOUEN EIJI KOUJI1 TENNYOU KYUAN NINPEI KYUJU HOUGEN HEIJI EIRYAKU OUHOU CHOUKAN EIMAN NINNAN KAOU SHOUAN1 ANGEN JISHOU YOUWA JUEI GENRYAKU BUNJI KENKYU SHOUJI KENNIN GENKYU KENNEI JOUGEN2 KENRYAKU KENPOU JOUKYU JOUOU1 GENNIN KAROKU ANTEI KANKI JOUEI TENPUKU BUNRYAKU KATEI RYAKUNIN ENNOU NINJI KANGEN HOUJI KENCHOU KOUGEN SHOUKA SHOUGEN BUNNOU KOUCHOU BUNNEI KENJI KOUAN1 SHOUOU EININ SHOUAN2 KENGEN KAGEN TOKUJI ENKYOU1 OUCHOU SHOUWA1 BUNPOU GENNOU GENKOU SHOUCHU KARYAKU GENTOKU SHOUKEI RYAKUOU KOUEI JOUWA1 KANNOU BUNNNA ENBUN KOUAN2 JOUJI OUAN EIWA KOURYAKU EITOKU SHITOKU KAKEI KOUOU MEITOKU OUEI SHOUCHOU EIKYOU KAKITSU BUNNAN HOUTOKU KYOUTOKU KOUSHOU CHOUROKU KANSHOU BUNSHOU OUNIN BUNMEI CHOUKYOU ENTOKU MEIOU BUNKI EISHOU2 DAIEI KYOUROKU TENBUN KOUJI2 EIROKU GENKI TENSHOU2 BUNROKU KEICHOU GENNA KANNEI SHOUHOU KEIAN JOUOU2 MEIREKI MANJI KANBUN ENPOU TENNA JOUKYOU GENROKU HOUEI SHOUTOKU KYOUHO GENBUN KANPOU ENKYOU2 KANNEN HOUREKI MEIWA ANNEI TENMEI KANSEI KYOUWA BUNKA BUNSEI TENPOU KOUKA KAEI ANSEI MANNEI BUNKYU GENJI KEIOU MEIJI TAISHO SHOUWA2 HEISEI
These are the eras from the South regime during 1331-1392
S_GENKOU S_KENMU S_EIGEN S_KOUKOKU S_SHOUHEI S_KENTOKU S_BUNCHU S_TENJU S_KOUWA S_GENCHU
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