Osechi are traditional Japanese New Year foods, usually served in multi-layered boxes. Osaka-based Ichifuji Catering has accepted pre-orders for its special Osechi box set featuring newly-drawn illustrations of the characters from the internationally popular anime series One Piece. Check the contents of the New Year dishes after the jump!
There’s a tradition in Japan when it comes to New Year’s Eve known as “osechi,” which is comprised of several different types of foods. It’s all in a bid to wish for good luck in the year still to come, while allowing those who want to enjoy seasonal holiday food to have more “gourmet” offerings for osechi around. Hit the jump for more!
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