Other event on January 1st is “Otoshidama”, which senior people give some money to children as a greeting of the New Year. In general, if you aren’t a child, you can get otoshidama while you are a student.
I experience Japanese traditional with family every year. I think it’s the best thing of New Year’s Day!
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What did you do on New Year’s Day? I always go to my grandparents’ house and spend time with them. It’s amazing because I can see their face and talk with them for a long time! In Japan, people eat osechi foods on January 1st. Each food of osechi has a meaning of health, wealth, and other