a japanese new year

12/31 — 1/01, 2015 – 2016 | 14 YO

I grew up in Tokyo for 9 years of my life, and left Japan 5 years ago, but we still keep on the tradition of a Japanese New Year with the noodles served on New Years Eve to the kite flying done by thousands of children back in Japan.


New Years Eve


Toshikoshi soba


Takoage, Japanese Kite Flying


Osechi

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