Calling in Happiness by Handwriting.
When it’s approaching the end of November, we start thinking about the New Year’s card. New Year’s card is one of the customs that Japan boasts to the world. It’s always nice to receive A-Happy-New-Year-email or texts, but receiving an actual card from someone you haven’t seen for a while can be unforgettable.
Now that the social media is the main communication tool, we begin to take notice of the warmth that only a handwriting can convey.
It’s not only for the New Year’s card. Just because we hardly see the handwritten card, even a short sentence resonates to the heart. The thought of you taking the trouble to sit and pen a letter will be returned to you with the recipient’s affection and trust.
There are many kinds of casual ippitsusen and small cards available for you nowadays. Just handwrite your message whenever you feel like it. I would be overjoyed from the bottom of my heart.
New Year’s card and seasonal greetings shortens the distance between each other’s hearts.