What is the Oseibo?The Seibo (or Oseibo) is year-end gift. I n Japan, there is a custom of presenting the gift to the indebted person in July and December. The one of July is called “Ochugen”. And the other one of December is called “Oseibo”.
This “O” is a prefix applied when the word is politely paraphased.
We will present the Oseibo to an indebted person by December 1st to December 20th .
What is the Oseibo?
|The Seibo (or Oseibo) is year-end gift.|
In Japan, there is a custom of presenting the gift to the indebted person in July and December.
The package like this image is used for the present of “Seibo”.
We call this package “noshi” or “noshigami” in Japanese.
The title of Oseibo is written on upper half of this package. And, a presenter’s name is written on lower half of this one.