Japanese Christmas

…..Christmas in Japan comes with a difference. “Romantic Christmas Eve” means all the restaurants and love hotels are booked out: woe betide the man who doesn’t buy his loved one an expensive present. Yet the next morning everyone has to tramp off to work, for Christmas Day is no holiday. The birth of the emperor (December 23) takes precedence over the birth of Jesus. That means you get to do things at Christmas you could never do back home, such as go shopping, watch a film or even go to work…..as John Dougill writes…

This is special day for Japanese lovers, and young peoples,as we consider Christmas for friends and New year for family. So it is like new years eves day like other Christian country. People drink, eat, and change the presents, but nothing traditional. All restaurants propose Christmas dinner with the price excessive! and we dreams Christmas as the official party day. then next day, they go to work as usual…

Romantic Christmas for ALL!!

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