RE: The Age of Internetz
This is starting to get tricky — especially when you have a kid who believes in Santa. Two big differences:
• In Japan, Santa leaves presents in your room, usually near your pillow. In America, Santa leaves presents under the tree.
• In Japan, Santa leaves only one or two presents — the reason being is that during New Years, kids get a lot of cash from relatives as presents. In America, Santa leaves more than a few presents.
Kids haven't caught on, thankfully. Heh.
Since I've only celebrated the holidays in Japan and America, I'm afraid I don't know about another Santa differences. Feel free to hit up the comments section with more Santa differences.
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