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Is the New Year twice?

January 15 (strictly speaking, from the sunset on the 14th to the sunset on the 15th) against the "New Year" (the New Year's Day) centered on the New Year's Day. "Is called. In ancient Japan, where "Month" was the standard of the calendar, "from full moon to next full moon" was one month. It seems that old people used to mark the moon as a symbol of the full moon, and the first full moon day of the year was "New Year". This is the origin of the "Shogashi".

Is it a new year for girls?

When the New Year's Day was established as a New Year's Day, it was centered on special events that were different from the New Year's Day, such as fortune-telling goodies and chrysaging oni. In addition, it is also known as "Mezuriha" because the new year's daughter can return home and women who are busy working on the new year can also take a break.

Is it the end of the New Year?

There are "Mizuki Dango (Ronuka)" with meaning of the wish for good harvest to typical events of the New Year's Day, and "Dontoyaki", an evil spirit payment event that burns New Year decorations. In general, there are many areas where the end of the New Year holidays is on the 20th, but "Dontoyaki," which was originally paid off by evil spirits, eventually sees the year-old gods who came to New Year holidays as fires, There is also a new perspective that is positioned as the end of the New Year (Taisho, Kosaka).