Unfortunately Christmas, one of the biggest annual festivals in the world, is not a national holiday in Japan. Christmas doesn’t have any religious meaning since not many Japanese people are Christians. However, Japanese people do celebrate Christmas with their own way. It is more like sharing happy moments with families or friends rather than a religious celebration.
Christmas is usually a day for couples or people in romantic relationship, though they have to work on the day. Young couples will walk around a place where is full of Christmas illumination and have a meal at a romantic restaurant. If you wish to have a meal at posh restaurant, you will have to make a reservation at least a month in advance. In this article, we will look for what Japanese people do and how they celebrate Christmas.