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1 Botamoch a sticky rice dumpling with sweet azuki paste served in spring, while a similar sweet Ohagi is served in autumn.
2 Chimaki (steamed sweet rice cake) Tango no sekku and Gion Festival.
3 Osechi New Year. Dishes for special occasions
4 Sekihan Sekihan(赤飯) is red rice which is served for any celebratory occasion. It is usually sticky rice cooked with azuki, or red bean, which gives the rice its distinctive red color.
5 Soba New Year's Eve. This is called toshi koshi soba (年越しそば) (literally " year crossing soba " ).
6 Kimono The Kimono (着物), labelled the " national costume of Japan " , is the most formal and well-known form of traditional fashion.
7 Yukata The Yukata (浴衣) is a kimono-like robe that is worn specifically in the spring and summer, and it is generally less expensive than the traditional kimono.
8 Hakama The hakama(袴), which resembles a long, wide pleated skirt, is generally worn over the kimono and is considered formal wear.
9 Obi The obi(帯) is similar to a belt as it wraps around the final layer of the traditional robe to help in keeping all of the layers together for a long period of time.
10 Zori A zori(草履) is a type of sandal worn with a traditional outfit that resembles flip-flops by design, with the exception that the base of the shoe is a block of wood, rather than rubber or plastic.
11 Geta Geta (下駄) are a form of traditional Japanese footwear that resemble clogs and flip-flops.
12 Tabi Tabi (足袋) are traditional Japanese socks worn with thonged footwear dating back to the 15th century.
13 Waraji Waraji (草鞋) are sandals made from straw rope that in the past were the standard footwear of the common people in Japan.
14 Zori Zori (草履) are flat and thonged Japanese sandals made of rice straw or cloth, lacquered wood, leather, rubber, or, most commonly, synthetic materials.
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