Japanese Culture@wkday

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Obon period has come. Many happy grandparents are seen on TV holding their grandchildren at the gate of local airports, railway stations and so on. Some of them live in Tsuchiura, a city of half countryside and half urban. It is interesting to find birthday cake-like ones at Japanese sweet shops — clearly for children, an example of obon– or New Year-specific items in stores.

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