Wednesday, June 13, 2018

osechi -

Osechi-ryōri ( 料理 ?, osechi cuisine) is a dish prepared to mark the turn of the season, and is now used to call a variety of special foods to celebrate the new year in Japan. Often called osechi or shōgatsu-ryōri (正月 料理 ?, new year cuisine).

New Year's food is neatly arranged in a wooden box of tiles called jūbako ( ?). In general, only side dishes are arranged in a wooden box that can be called osechi cuisine. Wooden boxes for osechi cooking are believed to be a multiplicity of fortune symbols.