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Map of Japan Made with Orange Peels

Oona McGee of Rocket News 24 explains that eating oranges is a popular New Year’s tradition in Japan. This is often done over a kotatsu, which is a low table with heater underneath it. People sit under them during the winter to stay warm. This photo was taken by a person who cut and arranged his orange peels into a map of the prefectures of Japan.


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