Happy New Year! Did you spend any New Year ? . The Japanese culture there is a day of " Ke " and " Hare " . Mainly day lined odd based on Chinese culture is " Hare " . For example , January 1 , March 3 , May 5 . . . . They are also all season milestone . On the day of " Hare " I will wear fine clothes than usual . In addition to the calendar of the day " Ke " , it will include funeral etc . The meaning of " Hare " is a clear sky . Japan Sun faith also wonder . " Ke " was originally , " Force " is the etymology . Kegare =No Force. " Kegare = No force = dirty " 「気涸れ＝汚れ」this is the same meaning .dirty there is no forcs , Old Japanese is a translation was awe .
January 1 it is the day of the most valuable " Hare " . There is also a sense that hiding once the winter solstice " Amaterasu " is resurrected . It is a poor English , but it was a small culture of Japan . For your information. The picture is the sun of January 1, 2016 .