In the New Year for foreigners living in Japan in 2020, we will pick up and introduce news to enjoy celebrations and events in Japanese culture.
The coming of age Day On January 13th, the ceremony was held in various parts of Japan.
In Toshima-ku, Tokyo, about 40% of new adults are foreigners.(That’s so many!)
In Toshima City, there is an effort to rent and wear kimonos free of charge for foreigners of the coming-of-age ceremony. International students attended the ceremony in kimono and kimono.
On January 8, 50 foreign students, including Japanese students, held “mochitsuki”, a Japanese New Year event.
A class on rice cake making was held at Ryoma Nursing Fukushima College (Kochi, Kochi Prefecture) at Ryoma Gakuen to give international students an opportunity to experience the Japanese culture of the New Year.