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About New Year's Day
New Year’s Day is celebrated on 1st Jan according to Gregorian calendar. This day is a auspicious day. Before 1873, according to Chinese Lunar calendar they celebrate at the beginning of the spring. During the New Year Japanese eat a special dish called ‘osechi-ryori’ specially known as osechi. On this day they offer a soup is ozone, boiled seaweed, fish cakes, and burdock root. All these dishes are sweet, sour. This day is a public holiday. On the seventh day of January is well known as jinjitsu, they prepared seven-herb rice soup. The Before day of January is the busiest times for the post offices to send New Year’s Day postcards to their friends and relatives. On this day some of the students hires part-time to help deliver the letters. These costume New Year greetings are not send to the families when one has had a death in the family during the year. For this occasion stationers sell preprinted cards. Some of the preprinted greetings are of having the animals like rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, snake, monkey, rooster, dog and boar. Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse were popular in 2008 greetings. Some of the peoples can hand-write or draw their own on blank cards, for conventional messages rubber stamps are available . The New Year traditions are also a part of Japanese poetry, including haiku and renga. Japanese play many New Year games include hanetsuki, takoage (kite flying), koma (top), sugoroku, fukuwarai etc. Most of the businesses shut down from January 1 to January 3. Japanese watching the music show "kohaku uta gassen" and most famous shows J-pop and enka singers performances. It is the day started by viewing new years first sunrise, and traditionally believed to be representative for the whole year that has just commenced. It is a tradition to visit a shrine or temple during shogatsu. Various kinds of special dishes are served include osechi ryori, otoso and ozone.
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