How Japanese Spent a Christmas Time?
In December, Christmas-time atmosphere wrap Japan.
Beautiful illuminations everywhere---
near the station, at the department store, and to the main streets.
Does anybody know the true meaning of a "Christmas"?
IT DOESN'T MATTER.
No one knows why but almost all Japanese people are immersed into the situation,
and participate in every kinds of what is so called a Christmas Event.
By the way, most people spend December 24th-25th as...
-Parent gifts children a toy.
(this year's hottest item is the Belt of a Masked Rider Den-Oh)
-Eat Christmas dinner with family.
-Party around at the clubs such as Roppongi etc.
-Men splurged on a ring for lovely girlfriend .
-Couple stays a night together...rich ones are to high ranked hotels, poor ones are to somewhere else.
-Single stay at home, watching TV comedies, bearing from loneliness.
And shortly, in the morning of 26th, all christmas decorations transform to "happy new year" ones.
A city remodel herself from advanced western mode to classical Japanese looks.
Dressses are to Kimonos...wine to sake...chicken to New Year Dishplates, and so on.
You know what new year dishplate look like?? Aren't they delicate and cute??