Happy New Year…Lunar New Year that is!

Celebrate the start of good fortune and luck as we approach Lunar New Year 2023                                                                   

Sunday, January 22nd will mark the start of a new lunar year. With it comes optimism for those born in the Year of The Rabbit. This 15-day celebration is commonly known as Chinese New Year. It is also known as the Spring Festival. The day is one of the most important holidays across Asia. This time symbolizes fresh starts and renewal to bring prosperity, happiness, and health into people’s lives.

The rabbit is one of the twelve zodiac animals featured throughout this holiday. Rabbits embody an air of peace along with long life due to their docile nature. It is considered extremely lucky amongst these twelve mythical creatures! Those born in the said zodiac are believed to be wise beyond their years with shrewd judgment. May they find prosperity during this auspicious time.

Now’s your chance to welcome abundance into your life. Act before another powerful cycle begins anew at the lunar calendar’s next turn. Make sure you don’t miss out! Let us all join in wishing good fortune upon our friends and family entering the world on such auspicious days. Happy (Lunar) New Years everyone!

Many people believe that what you do at the start of a new year affects your luck for the rest of the year. On Chinese New Year’s Eve, many people stay up late to wish their friends and family after the clock strikes twelve. People also exchange red packets to bring good luck and positivity. Another popular way to celebrate the New Year is to wear a new Japanese Kimono or Yukata to a party. You can shop our online store to find the right one for you.

Happy New Year!

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One Response to “Happy New Year…Lunar New Year that is!”

  1. Lynne says:

    We are not Chinese, but usually have a group of friends over each year to celebrate. We provide drinks, side dishes, and dessert and each guest brings their favorite Chinese food take-out order for everyone to try. We wear kimonos and dance at midnight. It is really fun and our group grows larger each year.

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