Hello everyone. It's #1 reporting from Tokyo where it has been incredibly sunny and warm since my arrival (yes, it is supposed to be winter here...). I thought you might find it fun to see what the Christmas spirit looks like around here:
Early morning Shameless Sheamus
6 years ago
Is there any turkey hiding in there ?ReplyDelete
I have heard sushi is very fresh fish - maybe that would make a yummy Christmas meal ?
Good luck on your travels.
Hmmm, I think the Japanese Christmas may be even yummier than the American Christmas!ReplyDelete
Thank you for sharing Japanese Christmas.ReplyDelete
We Japanese almost puts up Christmas decorations and eats Christmas cake and Kentucky Fried Chickens though only around 2% of us are Christians. We love Christmas mood very much. It makes us cheerful and happy! I wonder if we are funny.
Thanks for sharing ~ very interesting.ReplyDelete
Loved the photos!ReplyDelete
Keep posting lots - you couldn't post enough for Murray! He was fascinated looking at them earlier!
It's always interesting seeing how the same event is marked in different places.ReplyDelete
We are so soory we missed the Beebster's first birthday celebration. We hope he had the happiest day ever! :)
What great pictures. Mum says that everytime she sees the word Usagi, she thinks of Usagi YojimboReplyDelete
What fantastic pictures!!! Hope you have a wonderful time!ReplyDelete
It's great seeing how different nations celebrate - Our silly mum loves the picture of the chimney hat with Father Christmas legs sticking out the top!!ReplyDelete
Hmmm, is the Christmas Party Set a little pair of paper booties for fried chicken drumsticks?ReplyDelete
Tokyo looks fun!
That does look very interesting indeed! We had no idea the red-dressed Santa is popular over there too.ReplyDelete
Siena & Chilli
Furst off, our word is PAPER!ReplyDelete
Sekhondly, Mom appreciates the sharing of the khulture fur the howlidays!
Thirdly, she's drooling ovFUR the thoughts of sushi and other yummies!
PeeEssWoo: Hi Tommy! Mom shared some Brittany/Springer or is that Springer/Brittany pups on her FB page - she thought of woo straightaway - furry furry khute!
It looks like a lot of the celebrating centers around food. That is just perfect as far as we are concerned!ReplyDelete
What a really fun time to be in Tokyo.
How are things at home with the little ones.
Hope they are enjoying the sitters.
How FUN! Mommy thinks blogging is the best thing for learning about people all over the world! We see a lot of the signs are in English; is it widely spoken?ReplyDelete
The angel wings with the red bow was our favorite.
Enjoyed seeing your photos...reminded me of my trip to Japan in 2008. We were there almost the whole month of November, and just like here, everything was already decorated for Christmas.ReplyDelete
Wow! They are very festive aren't they?ReplyDelete
Wow! Quite the place. They pull out all the stops for sure!ReplyDelete
Wow that is so cool. We would never have guessed that there would be so much Christmas stuff in Tokyo!ReplyDelete
Wow! Fried chicken as a Christmas meal! Just doesn't feel right to me...ReplyDelete
Sure does look festive and pretty there. :)ReplyDelete
Japan...Wow! Enjoy your trip.ReplyDelete
Very cool. We never saw pictures of Japan at ChristmasReplyDelete
Benny & Lily
It looks very festive there!!ReplyDelete
Very nice! We miss Christmas time in Japan!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing the atmosphere over there with us here!
Oh how fun! We kitties would love sushi for Christmas dinner. I don't think mom and dad will go for it....but maybe...ReplyDelete
Everything looks so tasty!ReplyDelete
The human loves everything Japan, but she saw the pics of the Santas and got a little scared xD
Wow, very cool to see how Tokyo looks at Christmas!ReplyDelete