Here comes New Years Day!
I have made Osechi, New Year cuisine. It needs a lot of hours to complete all of the dishes.
We wish you a happy new year.
By the way, do you know Ojubako( multi-tiered food box )?
We traditionally celebrate New Year eating Osechi. On this occasion, we use multi-tiered Ojubako(Jubako) for Osechi setting so that it would multiply happiness and blessings as well.
Other than that, Ojubako is used for formal dinner. The lackered stacking box is a sort of Japanese cooking utensil which makes a rich representation on the table. When we see Ojubako with a lid on a table, we would expect there must be Gochiso(delicious meal) in that Japanese cooking utensils.