Black Friday has ended, and now the atmosphere is filled with Christmas and end of year mood. In Japan, preparations for the Christmas decorations and sales starts right after Halloween ends, and the whole town is sparkling from all the lights.

What is Christmas for Japanese like?

Christmas in Japan has no religious meaning; it is just a festival where people eat delicious food with friends, family, and lovers, as well as enjoy wearing Santa and Reindeer costumes. Everybody trade their own present they selected each other there.

Ranking of Christmas Gift in Japan

Here are the presents that people would be glad to receive, according to BUYMA survey.

From the ranking, you can see that luxurious items like wallets and wrist watchesthat we rarely buy for ourselves are popular. Schedule books and card cases are also worth noting.

Kawaii Christmas Items in Japan

Souce: Photo's items

There are also many adorable Christmas goods you can only find in Japan. The Christmas version of DECOLE's mascots are as cute as ever!
Washi tapes can be used for various things like gift wrapping and party decoration.
Don't you forget to purchase for Christmas? If so, we would recommend to order it now!

Washi tape / Costume / Objects / Greeting card

Source: BUYMA xmas
Top image: Pakutaso (edited by Find Japan Blog)