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Holiday Traditions In Japan

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FC: New Year's Traditions In Japan

1: Japan has many different traditions during their three day celebration of New Year's

3: In Japan, the celebration of the New Year is the most significant and important holiday.

4: In Japan families have a bonenkai party. The bonenkai party is known as a year forgetting party. | The party represents a purpose of leaving the old year's worries and troubles behind.

5: On New Year's eve, it is a tradition to have toshikoshi soba. Toshikoshi soba is a type of noodle. The noodles symbolize longevity.

6: On New Year's day families join to watch the first sunrise. | New Year's day is supposed to be a stress free day, that involves no work or cleaning.

7: It is a tradition to visit a shrine or temple during the three day celebration of New Year's.

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