Japan has a lot of traditional culture, but it also has a lot of imported culture. One example is Christmas. However, it’s not entirely the same as in western countries. For example, it’s a day for couples to go on a date, or for children to receive gifts, whereas in Canada, it’s a day for family and everyone gets gifts. Also, Japanese people often eat Kentucky Fried Chicken on Christmas. Turkey is difficult to find in Japan, and even if they do, not everyone has an oven to roast it with. And if they do have an oven, it’s often not even big enough for a turkey! So, getting KFC is an alternative. But one thing’s the same, decorations. They’re everywhere! On my way home, I took a picture of this tree made of Christmas lights outside a factory.