字幕表 動画を再生する 字幕スクリプトをプリント 翻訳字幕をプリント 英語字幕をプリント We go to watch the first sun rise. カティー･キャットです！ You both wait some time before you go to a shrine. -That's right. 日本人と外国人の方々に、お正月の過ごし方について聞いてみます！ So NOT times square? - No definitely not. 皆さん新年どんな祝い方をするのでしょう！？ We eat one grape with one of the chimes. 日本の正月とあなたの国の新年を比べてみてください！ Hey it's Cathy Cat and today we have the pleasure to ask 日本の正月とあなたの国の新年を比べてみてください！ foreigners and Japanese people and compare, それではいってみましょー！ on the issue of how they celebrate the New Year. お正月！ New Year's in Japan is a BIG deal and it might be very different ということで、西洋諸国などでは花火をあげるのがよく見かけられますね compared to your country. あとはお酒と友人の家に行ったり Let's go and ask Japanese and foreigners. アメリカではキスをするなんていうのもおもしろかったですね On New Year's it's a tradition that we go to my dad's parent's house. スペインではブドウを食べたり、 We pray in front of the house shrine. A very traditional Japanese New Year. 日本では伝統的なものがたくさんなりますね - That's traditional. - It is! 日本ではお正月とクリスマスはまったく別物です What tradition is it? 家族で過ごすのがお正月で We have a household shrine and make our prayers there. 友人やカップルで過ごすのがクリスマス I am from the countryside, so around our house there are only rice fields. 西洋と比べるとその使い分けに差があるようですね So you celebrate a deity? - Yes. それと日本の伝統的なものがたくさんありm差ぅ！ Wow. 近いうちにそれについての動画もやって見たいですね I spend New Year's Eve every year with friends and we 夜に麺類を食べて長寿を願うならわしがあったり listen to the 108 rings of the temple bell. 夜に麺類を食べて長寿を願うならわしがあったり What's that? 紅白を見たり Those chimes have to ring out before 00:00 on New Years night on time. カウントダウンしたり You go to a temple for that. Then we go and watch the sunrise. 除夜の鐘を聞いたりする So you stay up until then? テレビ中継もしてますよね Yes we do that, and once all is done we go home and eat New Year's osechi food. そして初詣に行ったり You don't get to sleep much that night. - That's true. お守りを買ったりすることもありますよね Once the new year starts you take time to sleep. 一年の願いをこめて What New Year'S Osechi food is nice? Can you recommend something? おみくじを引いたりもしますね！ My grandfather makes the osechi every year. あとはおせち料理を食べたりします Everything he makes is tasty... あとはおせち料理を食べたりします There are also some large shrimps. It's tasty. 年末に準備したものを正月に食べます Do you eat osechi food too? もし買うとなればお母さんたちにとってとても助かることですが、 Do you make or buy it? 普通はとても高価なものです。 We make it at home. 新年に料理しなくてよくなりますからね My mother and grandmother make it. おもしろいです I like the kurikuri kinton. あとはお年玉！ お金！ What is it made of? - It's made with chestnuts. プレゼントの変わりに子どもたちにお金を小さな封筒に入れて渡します。 Super sweet chestnuts. 普通はキャラクターなんかが描かれていて正月何かを買うのに渡されます Does it take a lot of time to make Osechi? 私の場合福袋を買いますね！ A lot. My mum has to start on the day before to make it. 子どもにお金がたくさん渡るわけですから Getting everything ready to eat it on New Year's morning. それに関するビジネスもあるのが当然ですよね Why is there Osechi food? なので正月商戦に列を成すのも納得です It's our way to honor the start of the new year. 多くの店でバーゲンがあって It has existed for many many years. お金をどんどん使うことになります I am from Austria. - And where are you from? 福袋なんかもそうですね！ I am from Finland. もし日本にきたら見ることが出来るでしょう Usually when it's new year we gather with my friends. それでは皆さん良いお年を！ to my apartment or some other friend's apartment. 2017年がとても良い年になりますように！ では！ Then we drink and then usually go when it's midnight to see the fireworks. カーテンでなにしてんの(笑) Outside. And then we continue partying. Quite the same. We gather with friends at some apartment. Then we go out into the city in Vienna and watch the fireworks and then go out (clubbing). Any traditions you do on New Year's? We have thing thing called "lead pouring". You have fluid lead which you pour into water. Then it becomes solid form. There is a catalog. You can look at the shape and if it resembles one of the things in the catalog it has a certain meaning. If it's a mouse it can mean luck. Oh no it was the pig which means luck. And some other symbols. YES! I remember! It's like an oracle. You have metal and you heat it over a candle on a spoon and then you drop it into water. Exactly, that's it. - Do you do something like that in your country? - We have the same thing. In Finland. We don't have any catalog. We just watch it when it's in its final form. Then we are like "Hm this resembles a horse." And it tells something about your future. How many days do you get off in the new year? Two weeks. I think that's the Christmas Holiday length. We're students. So for students it's Christmas plus new years, two weeks. Yeah, I think it's two weeks. I go to relative's houses. I go to my first yearly shrine visit. I draw fortune slips and such. I go to my grandparent's house and eat Osechi food. I am at the age where I have to give New Year's money (Otoshidama). I give my cousin some money. How much do you give as pocket money? - Not more than 2-3,000 Yen. - 3,000 per person? - 3,000 per person. - I think you are giving quite a lot. - I think that's actually only a little. How much do you usually give then? Well my parents give about 5,000 Yen. Up to 10,000 Yen. Depending on the family? - Yes. When you got your New Year's money as child, is there something you remember buying with it? When I was small I would buy myself games and such. And more recently I bought myself clothes and such. When I was small I bought myself games and such. Recently, I tend to save it up and don't use it. I have some Osechi. Osechi is a traditional food box with many different types of food. And every type of food has a certain meaning for the New Year. That's why we all eat it every year! It's very colorful and extravagant, made with many different ingredients. When do you start eating Osechi? New Year's day. On New Year's eve we all eat New Year's Eve Soba noodles. New Year's Eve soba noodles on the 31st and then Osechi and Ozoni. What's Ozoni? Ozoni varies depending on the prefecture of Japan. It's a soy sauce based soup, containing rice cakes You eat it in order to have a good New Year. That's what Ozoni is for. So you eat, eat and eat. What else do you do? I watch the Kouhaku song contest. What's the Kouhaku then? The most famous artists of this year... are all coming together. Girls are the red team. Men are the white team. Then they sing and score points. Every year it's about if red or white wins. Like a massive song contest. - Yes. We also get Otoshidama. - Can you explain? Otoshidama is money you get from your parents or relatives Children get it with the wish to use it well during the year. That's Otoshidama. We also go to shrines and make our first prayers. For example the Meiji Shrine. I think there will be many people. I wait a few days before I go to a shrine. I wait until it's less crowded to make my new year's shrine prayers. I also go to my grandparent's house and relax around there. You both wait some time before you go to a shrine. -That's right. Is it really that bad? You can't really move forward and if you do you stay in a long cue. That's not right for praying. We are from America, NY. Drink with your friends usually ... in either NY or you travel somewhere. But you are usually drinking with friends and you get dressed up. In NY if you spend it in the city, for people that live there... you try to do whatever you can to avoid Times Square. because every tourist from every part of the world is there. It's too crazy for New Yorkers. Aside from that you find somewhere warm... with some drinks and some friends. So NOT times square? - No definitely not. Everyone counts down and then you cheers and then... ... if you are dating, you kiss. or I guess if you are not dating, you kiss your friends. Usually kiss something. You are allowed to kiss your friends in that moment then? Like "Ah well, we are both single, let's kiss." - Yeah. - On the lips? Uhm... sure. Wow! On New Year's eve all the family comes together and we eat hot pot. We huddle together under the kotatsu to keep warm. What's a kotatsu? Can you say it in your words? It's a table that has a blanket attached to it. If you switch it on, it's like an electric heater. It gets all warm. If you put your feet under it... It is super nice. Celebrating into the New Year together with friends. And in the afternoon or around lunch spend time with the family. So everyone does a party for New Year? - Yeah. What do you do on a New Year's party? A count down? The countdown I spend with my friends. We watch TV or we go to a shrine in the night. When you go to the shrine, what do you do? The first shrine visit of the year... I pull my yearly fortune slip. If you pull a bad fortune slip, what do you do? There is a place for that. You tie the bad fortune slip there and pray for something good. If you pull a great fortune slip, what do you do?