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Osechi-ryori

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In Japan, for New Year’s, it is customary to eat “Osechi-ryor” and “ozo-ni”.

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This year, I also home made “Osechi-ryori”.

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Among the dishes of “Osechi-ryori”, there are various meanings such as prayer for fortune and long life, but recently, it has been very popular to combine these standard dishes with other favorite dishes.

Osechi-ryori 2010
osechi (wikipedia)

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posted by Kelly Marie , 1月 7, 2011 14:22:26 (Tokyo) :

I like your blog! I’m currently living in Japan a couple months and it’s cool reading and looking through all of your stuff :)

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posted by Gianmarco , 1月 7, 2011 22:47:25 (Tokyo) :

おいしいそう! ! ! I’m really enjoying your blog, it’s very well done! I’ve visited Japan last year and hope to come back as soon as possible! Greetings from Italy! ^^

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posted by Patty , 1月 7, 2011 23:21:01 (Tokyo) :

Wow, it’s a banquet!
And looks so good!!!

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