In Japan, New Years means a big traditional meal with relatives!
Tags: culture, custom, Japan, Japanese, meal, new years, osechi, Tokyo
What a colorful spread! Sorry, I was a bit late to wish you a Happy New Year!
Wow! A little different from ours, but it looks absolutely delicious!
Thank you. I saw your New Years meal on your blog…it looked good too!
Meal photo looks terrific. My wife and I sorely miss the great Japanese dishes. It is difficult to find a restaurant serving authentic Japanese dishes. The only nearby establishes are the “Beni Hana” teppan-yaki restaurants.
Especially at New Years, everyone in Japan eats traditional Japanese food.
You should visit Japan again at New Years and eat “real” Japanese food!
Looks great. Now I’m hungry, just in time for bed. *lol*
Happy new year!
(As an aside, you’re using Jetpack for the comments, right? If so, that’s something I hope the developers of my anime blog’s theme can get to working for me.)
Sorry … I don’t know what “jetpack” is. I use the WordPress app on my smartphone.
It is great.
I had lots of sashimi, sake (日本酒), and beer. Time for a break.
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