* Investors square positions ahead of 10-day holiday

* Anritsu ends down 12.8 pct, Nintendo, Zozo drop on earnings

* Investors uncertain on strength of China recovery

By Hideyuki Sano and Daniel Leussink

TOKYO, April 26 (Reuters) – Japan’s Nikkei fell on Friday following disappointing earnings from high-tech firms and as market players wound down for a 10-day holiday to celebrate the enthronement of Crown Prince Naruhito.

The Nikkei share average lost 0.22 percent to 22,258.73 points. For the week, the index rose 0.26 percent, its fourth straight week of gains.

Anritsu, one of the best performing shares in the past two years on hopes of 5G-related demand, tumbled 12.8 percent after its cautious earnings guidance disappointed investors.

The firm saw a 16 percent fall