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As a kid in Japan, we always celebrated New Year's Day, or Oshougatsu, on January 1, just like in the United States, but with different traditions than in America. Japanese clean the house like crazy leading up to the day, and New Year's Eve isn't the big party that it is in the U.S. Instead, New Year's Day is more...