Blogen, Stories


There are so many interesting traditions in Japan, and every new year transition welcomes busy schedules in the Japanese calendar. In almost every company there are the bōnenkai (end of the year party), the oseibo (gifts between business partners), and the osouji (big cleaning time). In the families, there is also the osouji, the osechi ryori (New Years cuisine), the nengajō (greeting cards)… Well, I will give more details in another post. The thing is that I decided to do my own  ...

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