Global Cuisine - Osechi-ryōri are traditional Japanese New Year feast.
The tradition goes back centuries, to the Heian period (794-1185).
Osechi is served in a special box called jūbako, and all of the Ingredients have fortunate-meaning.
The soup called ozōni contains rice cake and vegetables.
Every new year, I was so excited and waited for my moｍ to make delicious dishes.
We eat the special feast with our family, and pray for good health and great harvest for the new year!