Navidad Japonesa

(RTM Uruguay) Si alguna vez llega a viajar a Japón en Navidad, podrá encontrar que la festividad se celebra en forma diferente y variada. La Navidad no es una tradición asiática, y no es observada como un día de fiesta nacional tampoco. Sin embargo, algunas cosas siguen siendo las mismas.

Las luces de Navidad y otros adornos típicos como los renos, árboles de Navidad y Santa Claus cubren los centros comerciales japoneses y los hogares. Luces titilantes se encadenan en los distritos de las grandes ciudades, y son conocidas como “luminaria.” En los últimos cinco años, muchas zonas residenciales han comenzado a competir por la casa mejor decorada. Los árboles de Navidad también son populares, especialmente en los hogares con niños pequeños.

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