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Omisoka: Japanese New Year!

We’ve all heard of New Year’s Eve, but not everyone has heard of Omisoka. It's a very important holiday in Japan, and is celebrated at the same time as New Year’s in North America. Back to Article

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ginamovoto1122
ginamovoto1122 wrote:
2012-01-06 08:27:40 -0800

i love noodels but i daont eat them anymore cuse my mum doant buy them any but i just doant understand about japanese but japanese baby are cuteBig Grin

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Nikkii_aka_sweet
Nikkii_aka_sweet wrote:
2012-01-03 07:53:33 -0800

tht is one big bell i tell yall tht lol

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HitGirl14
HitGirl14 wrote:
2012-01-03 07:49:26 -0800

for a second there I thought it said midget people ate.. so on and so forth o.O

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coritz
coritz wrote:
2012-01-02 18:00:31 -0800

better than america
i want to eat noodles

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NeverShoutNever568
NeverShoutNever568 wrote:
2011-12-31 15:21:32 -0800

Trolololol. Im half Japanese. It's nice to be Japanese, and not fully american. But...I get teased. A lot!

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AlphaGirl14
AlphaGirl14 wrote:
2011-12-30 13:40:52 -0800

rofl cool! I'm asian but i wish i was korean or japanese trolol jk i'm happy for what i am

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Paris Is So Awesome
Paris Is So Awesome wrote:
2011-12-29 18:53:36 -0800

@Psychedelic Orchestra Lol Meh Too ..

Cookaee' Mohnstah

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Psychedelic Orchestra
Psychedelic Orchestra wrote:
2011-12-29 11:20:29 -0800

I clicked on this because of the picture of food.

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★DancingInMyRainbowConverse★
★DancingInMyRainbowConverse★ wrote:
2011-12-27 05:15:48 -0800

@carson1061ksm: Because many different people believe in different things, and worship them differently.

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★DancingInMyRainbowConverse★
★DancingInMyRainbowConverse★ wrote:
2011-12-27 05:14:26 -0800

Awesomesauce. o:

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cute valentine
cute valentine wrote:
2011-12-26 19:31:21 -0800

they have the best technology so...........hec yea thumnbs up if true

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SakuraLover4Ever
SakuraLover4Ever wrote:
2011-12-26 16:57:35 -0800

I got Rosetta Stone Japanese for Christmas!
A lot of people say Rosetta Stone sucks but it is very easy I only thing that takes time is getting it downloaded it toke my dad 27 mins to downloaded it but now I can get to it in 1 sec

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illkillu
illkillu wrote:
2011-12-26 14:10:55 -0800

that so cool Love

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Tails_The_Prower
Tails_The_Prower wrote:
2011-12-26 13:58:08 -0800

Sugoi!

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Striker24
Striker24 wrote:
2011-12-26 13:49:44 -0800

Sounds good!

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carson1061ksm
carson1061ksm wrote:
2011-12-26 13:48:00 -0800

y cant evry body shre the same tradition

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KingsDominiongirl
KingsDominiongirl wrote:
2011-12-26 12:55:57 -0800

Sounds like a cool tradition smile

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