Japanese traditional New Year festival lures thousands of young people

The Oshougatsu event held on December 14, in Hanoi’s University of Science and Technology attracted thousands of young people and Vietnamese students.


Japanese traditional New Year festival lures thousands of young people


Oshougatsu is the Japanese traditional New Year festival. The festival is annually organized in Vietnam, aiming to reproduce the Japanese New Year and also to strengthen the solidarity and friendship between Vietnam and Japan.

Besides, it is aimed to help Vietnamese young people understand more Japan’s country and people.

The festival this year has many unique cultural activities such as Yosakoi dances, fashion show, calligraphy, painting mask, making handmade products and tasting Japanese tea…

SGGP’s journalist shot some photos at the festival:

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VAN HAI-Translated by Hoang Long

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