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    December Hacks from the Past roundup

    By thomas | December 8, 2008

    Hacks from the Past is a series of posts that I will do monthly that will go over past hacks so that new readers don’t have to bother digging through the archives.

    Here are December’s Hacks from the Past:

    1. How to find a Christmas Tree in Japan Part 1 – Name says it all. Are you celebrating Christmas? Want to know where to get a tree? Read here.
    2. How to find a Christmas Tree in Japan Part 2 – Same as above, but more options.
    3. Poor Man’s Tea: Mugicha – Don’t buy big tea jugs from the refrigerated section of the grocery store. Buy from the tea bag aisle and save lots of yen

    That’s all. Last December was a bit slow! Next year won’t be though. I’m working hard this time! If you have any December Holiday Hacks, please don’t hesitate to send them in!

    Related posts:

    1. September Hacks From The Past Roundup
    2. November Hacks from the Past roundup
    3. October Hacks From The Past Roundup
    4. Poor Man’s Tea: Mugi Cha
    5. More Places To Find Christmas Trees In Japan
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