Download Japanese New Year Decorations Kagami Mochi Background. Japanese people will usually have more mochis in their homes, and place these at very visible places around their homes for decoration. It usually consists of two round mochi (rice cakes), the smaller placed atop the larger, and a daidai (a japanese bitter orange) with an attached leaf on top.
Looking for unique japanese new year traditions? Mochimochimotchi gets his name from kagami mochi rice cakes, a traditional japanese new years decoration, so it only seems fitting he will be visiting for. The custom of putting up kagami mochi seems to have already existed during the heian period (from approx.
Japan's most visual mochi tradition, kagami mochi 鏡餅（かがみもち）, is a new year's decoration made using two big mochi cakes.
Please send me message by email if you are interested in it. Kagami mochi is a traditional japanese new year decoration. Kagami mochi is so iconic, you could say it's the japanese new year's christmas tree, in terms of symbolism. However, decorations vary from region to region and family.