Celebrated with glasses of champaign as always 😀
Then comes our stomach-filling day, eating lots and lots of meat, seafood, veggies, tofu, and all sorts of Japanese food, too.
Japanese New Year always has osechi, which is only meant to be eaten on New Years time. Different dishes (more like mini-dishes) fill up the obento-box like looking wooden box. Each mini-dish represents meanings, for example, kuromame (black beans) symbolizes health. It’s so delicate! I’ll put the osechi pictures separate, and the rest on a slide show since there are waaay too many!
I hope that this year is filled with happiness from eating delicious food!