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Annual Event & Festive Food In Japan

Shogatsu, New Year (1st) : Osechi(-ryori), Fukubukuro, Shimekazari
Nanakusa no Sekku, Seventh-Day New Year (7nd) : Nanakusa gayu
Kagami Biraki, Opening the Rice-Cake Offerings (11th ) : Oshiruko
Koshogatsu, Small Shogatsu (15th) : Red bean rice porridge
Hatsuka shogatsu (20th ) : Ozoni

Setsubun, Seasonal Division (3rd) : Ehomaki
Harikuyo, Memorial Service for Needles (8th) : Tofu
Hatsu-uma (10th) : Inarizushi

Hinamatsuri (Momo no Sekku), Doll Festival (3rd) : Chirashizushi
Ohigan, Spring Equinox (21st) : Botamochi

Hanami, Cherry-Blossom Viewing : Sakuramochi, Dango
Hanamatsuri, Flower Festival (8th)

Tango no sekku, Children’s Day (5th) : Kashiwa-mochi, Chimaki

Koromogae, Seasonal Change of Clothing
Nyu-bai (around 10th) : Plum syrup, Umebosh

Tanabata, Star Festival (7th) : Somen

Obon, Bon Festival (15th) : Vegetable Tempura, Rice Dumplings, Udon, Inari Sushi

Otsukimi, Moon Viewing (15th) : Tsukimi Dango
Ohigan, Autumn Equinox : Ohagi

Choyo no Sekku, Chrysanthemum Festival (19th) : Kiku-zake, Kikuka-cha, Kiku-monaka  *Sept.9 on Lunar Calendar
Undokai, Sports Festival : Bento  *For kids
Ensoku, School Excursion : Bento  *For kids

Shichigosan, Seven-Five-Three Festival (15th) : Osekihan, Chitose-ame, Tai no Shio-yaki

Toshikoshi, Crossing over to a New Year (13th)
Toji, Winter Solstice (around 22nd or 23rd) : Azuki-gayu, Pumpkin
Omisoka, Last day of the year (31st) : Toshikoshi soba

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