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Shogatsu - Japanese New Year - Japanese Language - About.com
Shogatsu are considered the most important holidays for the Japanese.
Writing Japanese New Year's Cards
Do you send Christmas cards? The Japanese send New Year's cards (nengajo) rather than Christmas cards. Try sending them to surprise your Japanese ...
Greetings for Special Occasions - New Year's... - Japanese Language
Greeting with appropriate words is important for socializing. Learn how to say Happy New Year in Japanese.
New Year Celebration in Japan - Shogatsu - Japan Travel - About.com
How is New Year celebrated in Japan? Japanese New Year celebration is called shogatsu. New Year's Day on January 1 is called gantan and is a Japanese ...
Osechi-Ryori - Japanese New Year's Food
Learn more about Japanese osechi-ryori, which are served each year at New Year's and whose dishes vary from region to region in Japan.
New Year's Holidays in Japan - Japanese Language - About.com
In Japan "shogatsu (New Year's holidays)" is a time when everybody takes a few days off to celebrate the arrival of the new year. It is often called "oshogatsu" ...
Japanese New Year - Japan Travel - About.com
Japanese new year is the most important holiday in Japan. Take a look at pictures of various scenes and decorations during the holidays.
Happy New Year - Akemashite Omedetou - Japanese Language
Happy New Year. Did you enjoy the holidays? Christmas in the west is such a fun time, but after Christmas is over, I always feel it's little too quiet and something ...
What is Negajou - Nengajou in Japanese hiragana and kanji
Let's Learn Hiragana with Japanese Culture. Nengajo. Nengajo are postcards sent as a greeting for the New Year. The Japanese send many nengajo every ...
Japanese New Year Cards - Japan Travel - About.com
Sending New Year's postcards (nengajo) is an important custom in Japan. People are happy to read nengajo delivered on New Year's Day. Japan Post Network ...
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