28+ Japanese New Year Decorations Kagami Mochi Pics. According to formal customs, the following decorations listed. Made with polymer clay and acrylic paint and glazed for a smooth matte finish.
Kagami mochi is so iconic, you could say it's the japanese new year's christmas tree, in terms of symbolism. One of the traditional japanese new year's decoration. It consists of two round mochi cakes, the smaller placed on top of the larger, with a daidai (japanese bitter orange) on top of the mochi.
A cute charm featuring a traditional japanese new year decoration called kagami mochi (mirror rice cake), consisting of two rice cakes stacked on top of one another with a small bitter orange on top.
Kagami means mirror in japanese and the origin of this word is said to come from, 1. A vintage japanese new year postcard for the year of the dog. When to decorate and when to take down decorations. Looking for unique japanese new year traditions?