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Celebrate Chinese New Year In West - Japan

Japan & China a long history of exchange. Shared many cultural traditions. Mostly people from China are Settle in Yokohama, Nagasaki and in Tokyo Ikebukuro.

For tourists from China, Japan is a popular destination, due to Japan`s high quality food, beautiful natural areas and of course shopping.

Chinese Lunar New Year is a celebration that starts from the first new moon between mid January till the end of February.It is a festival that honors old traditions and family ancestors, as well as celebrating the coming spring. There are a number of customs, traditions, and superstitions attached to New Year’s celebrations that call back to early Chinese legends.

On Chinese New Year families gather for a large reunion dinner, where they eat a special meal full of dishes believed to bring good fortune. Dumplings and spring rolls are said to bring wealth, while fish is said to bring prosperity. Chinese New Year is also a time to eat sweet dumplings and desserts such as sticky rice cakes. After the reunion dinner, family members try to stay up as late as possible on the first day of the new year, a practice called “shou sui”. Tradition states that staying awake longer will bless your parents with longevity.

There are a number of public events held to celebrate the Lunar New Year. These festivals typically feature a live music, dancing, acrobatic performers, firecrackers, parades, and fireworks. The lion dance is also an important Chinese New Year tradition, which varies in style from cute and comical lion dances to exciting demonstrations of martial arts.

There are number of guests already booked their rooms at Hakkei Hot Spring Hotel.

Hakkei staff welcomes you to Celebrate 2020 New Chinese Year at Yubara - Hakkei.

For Foreigner inquires & reservations, I am Waseem will guide you.

Email :  info@hakkei-yubara.jp

Tel     :  0867-62-2211