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Sex, Cake and $8 Apples…How Japan Celebrates Christmas
The most accurate expression of an ancient Yuletide Season may be exhibited in Japan. Kurisamasu (Japanese for “Christmas”) is purely a secular event, which reaches all the way back to Babylon into Christmas’s DNA. Prior to Christmas being adopted by … Continue reading
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