Celebrate Chinese New Year in Japan 中華街

  • Published on : 12/10/2014
  • by : C.W.
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The year of the horse galloped up

During the Chinese New Year, Japanese Chinatowns are in full effervescence. From Yokohama to Nagasaki, there are tons of lion and dragon dancing celebrations and festivities to bring in the New Year. 

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