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餅花 / flowers made rice cake 京都, 安井神社 'mochi-bana' is a figuration that the branch of willow or giant dogwood decorating with many small rice cakes. it is a new year's day's ceremony praying for good harvest. this ceremony came in early edo era (300 years ago)

Japanese New Years (Oshogatsu) kadomatsu decoration for door.

Kagami mochi 鏡餅 : Kagamimochi are sets of two round, flat rice cakes, in which a smaller one is placed on top of a larger one. Kagami mochi are offerings to the god of the New Year in Japan.

Japanese Lion Dance, Shishi-mai 獅子舞: The dance is commonly performed during the New Year where the lion dancers may be accompanied by flute and drum musicians.

Japanese New Year

Kagami mochi (鏡餅) is a traditional Japanese New Year decorative display of a symbolic festive food.


Japanese New Year Ornaments