Christmas in Japan From kevin casillas

In Japan, they have the same features for Christmas like us in America. They exchange presents, spend time with their loved ones, and celebrate it at any time. It's still not seen as a religious holiday or celebration as there aren't many Christians in Japan. Christmas eve is though more celebrated than actual Christmas day. Fried chicken is usually eaten during this holiday. We also use Christmas trees to celebrate Christmas. In my culture, we celebrate by a family reunion and eat tamales and Pozole. In Japan, most of the Christmas trees are electronic with lights.


Created with images by p u n t o - "chrismas tree" • Yoshikazu TAKADA - "Twinkle Christmas Tree"

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