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Oshogatsu ( the Japanese New Year ) a New Year's decoration made of bamboo and pine branches


The Japanese sweet of the New Year


New Year Sweets


Japanese mochi soup お雑煮

New Year's Tulip, Enoshima, Fujisawa, Kanagawa, Japan

Close-up of Kabuki Hagoita. Hagoita is a rectangular wooden paddle used to play a type of traditional shuttle cock game called hanetsuki during the New Year's period in Japan.

"Shimekazari" in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. Photography by Alex Abian of Flickr. Many Japanese decorate the entrances of their homes with Shimekazari during the New Year’s season to ward off evil spirits. They are made of Shimenawa, sacred Shinto rope of rice straw, used to indicate the sacred areas where gods descend.

Cosmo Clock 21 in Yokohama. This ferris has a New Year's Eve countdown on its clock. I was there last years eve 2011-2012. The fireworks show was awesome!!

Traditional Japanese New Year decorations, Shimekazari

HAPPY NEW YEAR! by karaku*, via Flickr