The Japanese celebrate the New Year Day with traditional New Year foods called Osechi Ryori (????). Osechi Ryori are usually packed in 2-3 layers of lacquer boxes (ojubako) and there are many dishes in each layer. The entire family would share one ojubako to enjoy on new years day.Here are some popular Osechi Ryori dishes enjoyed on the first day of the year. Don’t miss the delicious desserts at the end!Ozoni (Kanto-style): Get the Recipe & VideoOzoni (Kansai-style): Get the Recipe & VideoDatemaki (Sweet Rolled Omelette): Get the Recipe & VideoKuri Kinton (Candied Chestnut with Sweet Potatoes): Get the RecipeNamasu (Daikon & Carrot Salad): Get the Recipe & VideoChikuzenni (Simmered Chicken & Vegetables): Get the RecipeTazukuri (Candied Sardines): Get the Recipe & VideoKuromame (Sweet Black Soybeans): Get the RecipeKamaboko with Salmon Roe: Get the RecipeCucumber Wrapped Sushi: Get the RecipeOtoro Sushi: Get the Recipe & VideoSushi Rolls: Get the Recipe & VideoHow To Enjoy Mochi: Get the Recipe & VideoPressure Cooker Anko (Red Bean Paste): Get the RecipeMizu Yokan: Get the Recipe & VideoZenzai (Red Bean Soup with Rice Cakes): Get the RecipeGreen Tea Zenzai: Get the Recipe & VideoYuzu Sorbet: Get the Recipe & VideoThe post Osechi Ryori ????? (Japanese New Year Food) appeared first on Just One Cookbook.