Christmas music in one of my favorite stores….

There’s a store near my home that always has great music blaring through its speakers.  I decided to take a little video so you can hear it.

In Japan, a lot of the music that we hear in shopping centers and grocery stores is in English—the same pop songs that are being played in the shopping centers of my homeland, the United States of America.

And a shorter video:

December in Japan means Christmas products. Christmas cards (above)

and Christmas stickers (below) for example.

Christmas is a new holiday in Japan, borrowed from the cultures of Europe.


December in Japan also means items for the upcoming celebration of the New Year. (January first in Japan.)

In the same shop, we’ve got New Year’s Day stickers, and so on. (Below)

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