New Year Card In Japan
In Japan, the number of sending paper greeting cards in new year decreased, but the vast majority of people still use it to express New Year blessing. According to the statistics released by Japanese Post, the number of New Year cards delivered on January 1, 2014 was 1.829 billion, every Japanese has sent about 14pcs greeting cards. The number of greeting cards sent by a family is roughly between 50 and 100.
Now, Japan's New Year Card is printed by the Japanese postal department, and every greeting card is printed with the word "Happy New Year". Japanese people attach great importance to communicate with colleagues, classmates, friends, customers, teachers and students through the greeting card.
When step into Dec., the post office holds the New year card promotional activities. Photo rinse shops also begin to display the brand of "mark the New Year card". Most Japanese need to send hundreds of greeting cards every year, it is a very hard thing if all writing by hand, so lots of Japanese choose to print New Year card in photo rinse shop. These stores can not only print the text and address, but also print customer's photos very clearly. Many elder people feel happy when writing and receiving a greeting card.