The end of the calendar year sees such seasonal highlights as wide-spread winter illuminations, the start of the ski season and often the first snowfall. Weather ranges from autumnal cool to proper winter cold. thamsannhapkhau.com”s oshogatsu holiday season comes at the end of the month with Christmas being more of a token event. Crisp, clear winter skies make mountain vistas pop against azure backgrounds with everything seeming that little bit extra special at year”s end.
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Early season skiing is possible from mid to late December at some resortsThe new year”s period is a busy and expensive time to travel with some businesses closing for a few daysThe Oshogatsu holiday period typically runs from December 29 to January 3 depending on how the days fallMany shrines hold New Year”s Eve events on December 31
New Year”s Eve and the first few days of the new year are the more important holiday for thamsannhapkhau.comese. While most visitors don”t get to experience it in a family setting, you can visit shrines to see the new year in like a local. Many hold events and prepare warm sake, toshikoshi soba (buckwheat noodles), and pork soup for visitors.
As with fireworks, thamsannhapkhau.com excels at making lavish light displays in the wintertime. Many start in mid-November and continue through the winter adding a certain frisson to chilly city nights.
You”ll find major displays all over Tokyo and, if you have time, you can even take the Yamanote Line around the city to see a few of them. A short walk from Shimbashi Station, visitors can see the Caretta Illumination. The Midtown Christmas event near Roppongi Station has a shorter run, until December 25.
Other big events around thamsannhapkhau.com include: the Sagamiko Illumillion
Most popular ski resorts are up and running by mid- to late December. When snowfall is scarce early in the season, resorts use artificial snow to compensate. Hokkaido”s big resorts may open as early as the end of November.
Hakuba and Shiga Kogen in Nagano are both popular spots for a ski holiday as are Echigo-Yuzawa and Myoko in Niigata . Zao Onsen and Appi Kogen are good choices farther north. Be sure to research opening dates online when planning a trip as they vary from year to year.
Many of thamsannhapkhau.com”s ski resorts double as hot spring resorts, or at least have a selection of onsen bathing spots nearby. Worth a visit for the baths in their own right, they offer pleasurable post-ski relaxation or a viable alternative to skiing and snowboarding.
One surefire way to beat the winter chills is a trip to Ramen Expo in Osaka . Held on four weekends through the month, the event charges no admission fee and has some 40 noodle vendors to choose from. Over in Kobe , the Nankinmachi Lantern Festival in Chinatown runs from early to late December with plentiful colors and flavors drawing crowds.
One of the more unusual and distinctive festivals is the Namahage event held on New Year”s Eve in Oga City, Akita Prefecture . Performers dressed as namahage (a visiting deity who purges bad luck and brings good fortune) dance and glower to the delight of crowds. More customary New Year”s Eve celebrations and parties can be found at bars and clubs in the big cities.
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