Sending Christmas cards is a popular tradition at Christmas. When I was a child, I used to send a card to everyone in my class at school. Then, when I went to high school, I just sent cards to my family and friends. Now that I’m older, I only send cards to my family and close friends.
I buy the Christmas cards in Japan. There are some interesting Christmas cards here. My favourite cards have illustrations of famous Japanese sights, such as Mt. Fuji, Kiyomizu-dera Temple in Kyoto, or Izumo Taisha Shrine in Shimane. The pictures are filled with mini Santas! My family like these cards very much. They are different from the cards which are available in the UK.
There are many other beautiful cards too. These cards have brightly coloured pictures of Mt. Fuji or other places in Japan. They are expensive, but they look nice, and different from the other cards in people’s houses.
Heather @ I Talk You Talk Press