Christmas in Japan

Wondering what Christmas in Japan is like? Think tons of decorations and merchandise, Christmas music blasting in the stores from the beginning of November, KFC, cakes, romantic dinners, and shopping! This GaijinPot blog post (EDIT: and another) has a good overview.

Although this is my first Christmas living in Japan, I’ve visited at this time of year three times before. Of course it’s different from back in North America or Australia, but it’s fun to do new things with a few nods to old traditions as well.

The must haves are: time with family, presents on Christmas Eve, stockings, and my treasured plastic Donald Duck “ornament.”

Happy Holidays to all.

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