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Our title takes on a more literal meaning for this year's holiday season. Since you're at home anyway, we've got everything from KFC in Japan to good luck charms for the new year. Happy holidays!
If you're feeling like the holidays don't have the same sparkle, we got you.
Starting the new year with friends and family... around the world.
Counting down to midnight is a worldwide tradition of New Years Eve. We asked our friends what else they do to ring in the new year, every year.
Read one author's family ranking of traditional Japanese New Year's foods - the Otera Osechi Top 8, ranked by how satisfying the prep experience is.
We all have them. Here's a collection of the tree decorations we don't want you to see.
Team Yo! sits down to share our personal New Year's Resolutions. From all of us, we want to wish you a happy new year and thank you for joining us on this journey.
New to our publication? Check out our favorite articles of 2020.
Kentucky Fried Chicken for Christmas. This is a thing in Japan.
Christmas cards feel like a holiday staple, but not everyone feels the ~spirit~ of the exchange. Are you #TeamChristmasCards??
In need of some holiday spirit? Check out these holiday light displays throughout Southern California!
To reclaim some of that missing holiday spirit this year, read about one author's visit to Tanaka Farms’ Hikari – A Festival of Lights.
Take a short quiz and get yourself a good luck charm for the new year!
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