Can you believe it's already 2018?! Apart from all the Bonenkais and Shinenkais, New Year's Eve is pretty uneventful and low-key in Japan. A tradition of mine to ring in the new year is to order in food (or cook), and watch the Poseidon Adventure...exciting, I know. However, this year, my friend Mitsue and I hosted a 1920's themed New Years Eve party (a post on that look is coming soon).

I would like to wish you all a beautiful New Year. Thank you for your support, and being part of the blog. Looking forward to discovering new beauty finds together in 2018.

What did you do this New Years Eve or Day? Do you have any traditions you like to do?

Happy New Year!


  1. Party sounds amazing, Liz! Happy New Year!
    As we always do, husband and I promptly fell asleep before midnight. :) We always eat tteokduk (rice cake soup) to ring in the New Year so that we age another year. It came out good this year.

  2. Happy New Year!
    I had the flu so we stayed in and went to bed early.
    I am getting old. :P