I introduce "Kagamimochi" this time. It usually consists of two round mochi (rise cakes), the smaller placed atop the larger, and a "Daidai" (a Japanese bitter orange) with an attached leaf on top. It is called "Kagamimochi" because it has similar shape with old mirror. It's placed on a tokonoma and suitable time is December 28 because "8" is good number in Japan. We will do "Kagami-biraki" that is a Japanese traditional ceremony in January 11. We break mochi with our hands or a wooden hammer without knife because knife is suggestive of hara-kiri. The opened mochi is become "Siruko" and "Zouni".