年賀状 Nenga-jo New Year’s Greeting Card

🌅”Happy New Year” in Japanese?🇯🇵

明けましておめでとうございます
(AKEMASHITE OMEDETOO GOZAIMASU)

or


あけおめ (AKEOME)

or

ハッピーニューイヤー!😆
(HAPPIII NYUUU IYAAA lol)

OR
謹賀新年 (KINGASHINNEN)
OR
迎春 (GEESHUN/GEISHUN)

The last two are seen on 年賀状(NENGAJOO) new year’s greeting card with the animal of the year – which is 丑(USHI) ox this year🐄

People send cards at the end of December and the post office controls them to be delivered on 1/1 or after. You can have a look at examples her
https://online.brother.co.jp/ot/dl/nenga/

※The phrase “Happy New Year” in Japanese AFTER 00:00 on 1st January is like above, but until 23:59 of 31st December we say 良いお年を (YOI O TOSHI O)☝🏻

Have you sent or received 年賀状 digitally or manually this year? 💌

Nengajoo New Year’s Greeting Card
Nengajoo New Year’s Greeting Card

Mayu

A Japanese in Denmark. Born and raised in Japan then moved to Aalborg, Denmark in 2017, loving to live here being totally myself. Okaeri Project.

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