Celebrating New Year's in Japanese Style - Wafu Blog
Perrier-Jouët unveils Belle Epoque Florale Edition by MultiVu Video. This night marked a historical event for Perrier-Jouët champagne House, with the international unveiling of Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Florale Edition by Makoto Azuma – the first designed Limited Edition of cuvée Belle Epoque, since the creation of its iconic anemones by Emile Gallé in 1902. The launch event took place in Japan, which has a strong historical relationship with the luxury house.
Beautiful Japanese traditional barrel design champagne cooler.
Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque 2004 Champagne Florale limited edition by Japanese artist Azuma Makoto
Japanese New Year decoration.
Rice cakes, or mochi, are a favorite in Japan, particularly during the New Year, when they are traditionally given as gifts, set out decoratively in the home, or offered at shrines and temples.
New Year decoration in Japan.
Mochi is a Japanese rice cake made of glutinous rice pounded into paste and molded into shape. In Japan it is traditionally made in a ceremony called mochitsuki. While also eaten year-round, mochi is a traditional food for the Japanese New Year and is commonly sold and eaten during that time.
Assorted Box of Japanese Sweets for New Year Celebration (Osechi-Style)｜お菓子のおせち
Japanese "Osoji", Cleaning Tools for New Year Guarantees Fresh Start｜大掃除