If somebody ask us what we did at the New Year's Day,
we can easily, super easily, answer that...
WE ATE A LOT!!!!!!
Japanese New Year food is called "Osechi Ryori"
and colorful dishes are packed in layers of boxes, called "Jubako."
Each dish and ingredient in "Osechi" has meaning,
such as good health, good harvest, happiness, prosperity, long life etc.
Here are some photos of our New Year table:
Who is Milo saying hi to??