Japanese Happy New Year

Do you want to know life style of Japanese Happy New Year?

Companies generally close on Dec.28 for Happy New Year. Many people go back to their hometowns and have a new year with their families.
It is common for people in Japan to have Soba at a new year moment. Since soba is a long noodle, it means a good luck to live longer.

On Jan 1st, people have calm day with their families. Many people go to temples to wish their luck.
Interestingly, each temple has a unique characteristic. For instance, some are good for love and some are for academic.

If you want to have a happy new year moment in Japan, Soba and temples sure will welcome you.


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