Happy New Year is Japanese says "akemashite omedetou"
I wish you & Your family happy 2010!
31 Dec. we call "oomisoka"
oomisoka night a lot of people go to "Hatsu-moude"
Hatsu-moude is A New Year's visit to a Shinto shrine or Buddhist temple.
We leave the house to arrive at the Shinto shrine at 0:00 of January 1.
Then, we hit a big bell.
we hit 108 times with the person who gathered.
108 times are the number of worldly desires.
This time is 21:00 oomisoka.
In front of Buddhist temple.
Inside Buddhist temple.
There is nobody...
Only street stall appears
2010 luky animal is the tiger in orient world.
This is attached a picture of the tigers, rice and a lucky thing on a broom.
There is a meaning that it be scraped up money with a broom.
The owner of the shop and president of the company buys it in hope of business prosperity.
This time is 1:00 at 1 Jun. 2010!
Happy New Year!