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  1. Oomisoka fireworks New Year in Japan

    Author: Yukadon

    Do you know about “Oomisoka” (New Year’s Eve…

    As soon as Christmas is over, the Japanese begin preparation for the year-end an…

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  3. The origin of otoshidama, Japan New Year gift

    Author: Yukadon

    What is the origin of “Otoshidama”?

    Why do Japanese give money to children in the New Year? What is the origin of “O…

  4. Everything you need to know about Osechi-ryori, Japanese New Years' food

    Author: Valerie

    Everything You Need to Know About Osechi-Ryori

    New Year's is bound to introduce you to a number of Japanese customs and events …

  5. メリークリスマス Christmas ornaments

    Author: J.J.

    Experience Christmas in Japan

    The Christmas season, it's that magical time of year. The time whe…

  6. Photo by Tranmautritam from Pexels https://www.pexels.com/photo/woman-desk-macbook-pro-pen-68761/

    Author: Bill

    3 Things to Consider When Writing Your CV

    In previous articles, we have touched on the importance of maintaining a CV (cur…

  7. Japan's seasons - winter

    Author: Bill

    Japan’s Seasons – Winter

    Japanese people like to tell others that Japan has four seasons, a tendency whic…

  8. Japan Stock Exchange closing ceremony Dainokai

    Author: Yukadon

    What are Dainokai and Daihakkai?

    Have you heard the word Dainokai or Daihakkai? Dainokai means the last trading d…

  9. Japanese New Year's Cards, from Izublog (Flickr)

    Author: Valerie

    How to Write Japanese New Year’s Cards

    Japan has multiple customs dealing with New Year's. Many of these are …

  10. Business card holder, Japanese business manners

    Author: Bill

    Japanese Business Manners – First Impression…

    Over the years, I have witnessed any number of meet-and-greets between Japanese …

  1. Business card holder, Japanese business manners

    Author: Bill

    Japanese Business Manners – First …
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