Megumi A
In Japan, people celebrate the new year with their own family. Eating traditional food and doing new year greetings to each other. Children also like the new year day, because they might get money from close adults traditionally. And then we go to temple or shrine to pray that the new year goes well. From New Year's Eve to the third January are one of the biggest holydays in Japan. During this holyday many of us stay at home and tend to be a homebody. I think the New Year's Day of Japanese is like a Christmas of Christian religion countries. Thank you for reading until the end of the text!
Feb 14, 2022 2:56 PM