Category:Osechi ryōri

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English: Osechi-ryōri (御節料理 or お節料理) are traditional Japanese New Year foods. The tradition started in the Heian Period (794-1185). Osechi are easily recognizable by their special boxes called jūbako, which resemble bentō boxes. Like bentō boxes, jūbako are often kept stacked before and after use. The dishes that make up osechi each have a special meaning celebrating the New Year.
Osechi; 御節料理; Osechi; Osechi; Osechi; 御节料理; Осэти рёри; Osechi; Osechi-ryōri; Osechi; Oszecsi; اوسه‌چی; 御節料理; Osechi ryouri; Osechi; 御節料理; Osechi; 御節料理; โอเซจิ; Osechi-ryōri; Осечі-ріорі; Osechi; 御節料理; Osechi; Osechi; 오세치; osechi; أوسيتشي; Oseči; Oseči-riori; Masakan dari Jepun; 節会や節句に作られる料理; Traditionelle japanische Neujahrsgerichte; assortment of food delicacies celebrating Japanese New Year; cuisine japonaise, vocabulaire; tradiční japonské novoroční pokrmy; Makanan Khas di Jepang; お節料理; 正月料理; おせち; おせち料理; おせち調理; Osechi-ryori; Osechi-ryôri; Osechi-ryōri; Osechi; โอะเซะชิ; Osechi ryori; Osechi ryōri; Осэти-рёри; Осечи рери; Osechi-ryori; Osechi; osechi ryōri; اوسهٔ چی; اوسه چی; أوسيتشي-ريوري
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assortment of food delicacies celebrating Japanese New Year
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