Saturday, January 25, 2014
Another new year approaches gradually for the end of this month; that is the Lunar New Year, or the Agricultural New Year in Asia. In Japan, it is no longer celebrated officially, though people still acknowledge it as an important time between winter and spring. Actually, I don't need a coat for walk out. The lunar of the agricultural calendar tells you when you marvel transitional seasons. You may enjoy the traditional new year in Japan's classical tea ceremony in Kyoto.