Hatsuhinode, a New Year Day tradition 初日の出

  • Published on : 19/09/2019
  • by : I.D.O.
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Sunrise at the top


The Japanese tradition of New Year's Day!

Hatsuhinode means "first sunrise" and it is awaited by many Japanese who, in the early morning of January 1, in the frost of winter, awaits the first sunrise of the New Year!

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