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Monthly Recipe: Toshikoshi Soba (年越しそば)

Monthly Recipe: Toshikoshi Soba (年越しそば) | お正月 (年越し) | Scoop.it
I thought I’d start the new year with a healthy, seasonal recipe. Toshikoshi Soba, or ‘New Year’s Soba’, is a noodle dish which is traditionally eaten on New Year’s Ev...

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Japanese New Year Decoration - Kagami Mochi

Info: http://sumoboss.com/culture/customs/kagami-mochi/ Kagami mochi [鏡餅] is decorative food specially for the New Year.

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Easy Nishime (Simmered Japanese Vegetables) Osechi-Ryōri 簡単煮しめの作り方 レシピ

Osechi-Ryori is traditional Japanese New Year's food eaten during the first three days of the New Year. Each dishes that make up Osechi-Ryori has a special m...

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【Japanese Culture】The Meaning Behind Osechi Ryori: Traditional New Year’s Food in Japan

【Japanese Culture】The Meaning Behind Osechi Ryori: Traditional New Year’s Food in Japan | お正月 (年越し) | Scoop.it
Much like Christmas in many western countries, New Year’s is a time for family in Japan.  No ball drops and champagne popping over here, just time spent with family huddled under the kotatsu, eating mikan and watching New Year’s...

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