Ecard for the japanese new year (oshōgatsu). Text meaning (from right to left): Congratulations on the New Year. I hope for your favour again in this year. The last column: gantan - the morning of January
e-Nengajo for the Year of The Dragon. Due to the presence of the honorific language (keigo) this ecard is suitable to be sent to one's superiors. Text meaning (from right to left): 恭賀新年 (japanese expression equivalent with 'Happy New Year'). The second column: 謹んで新年のお慶びを申し上げます is a very polite japanese phrase used for wishing someone a joyful New Year. The last column: 本年も何卒よろしくお願い申し上げます。'I hope (ask) for your favour again in the coming year' (a very polite formula).
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