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Osechi Ryori おせち料理 (Japanese New Year Food

The Japanese celebrate the New Year Day with traditional New Year foods called Osechi Ryori (御節料理), here are some popular dishes.

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Osechi Ryori (Japanese New Year’s Food)

Good Article: What is Osechi Ryori? - a subset of Japanese cuisine made up of dishes that are traditionally eaten on Oshogatsu New Year’s|お節料理

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Kadomatsu (門松, lit. “gate pine”) used as "New Years decoration" in Japan. Read more about it here: http://zoomingjapan.com/culture/omisoka-japanese-new-years-eve/

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Ozoni (Zoni) - Japanese New Year Mochi Soup

Ozoni is a delicious miso-based soup is enjoyed on New Years Day in Japan. Its flavor and ingredients vary by region and household.

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10 Best Japanese Dishes and Osechi Ryori to Serve on New Year's Day

Konbumaki (Simmered Kelp) - 10 Best Japanese Dishes and Osechi Ryori to Serve on Japanese New Years #japanesefood | Judy Ung

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The Japanese New Year (正月 Shōgatsu?) is an annual festival with its own customs. Since 1873, the official Japanese New Year has been celebrated according to the Gregorian calendar, on January 1 of each year, New Year's Day (元日 Ganjitsu?). However, the celebration of the traditional Japanese New Year is still marked on the same day as the contemporary Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese New Years.

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Japanese New Year

The Japanese have many traditions celebrating the New Year, including special food, visiting the temple, and giving gift.