Most Japanese rest during the first three days of New Year. These three days are very important to spend with family. Many Japanese people visit a Shinto shrine with their family to pray for their health and happiness. We call this "Hatsumode". It literally means the first visit to a Shinto shrine of New Year. When we visit a Shinto shrine, we usually buy good luck charms and draw a fortune-telling paper strip. Hatsumode is a good opportunity for Japanese to wear Kimonos, during there days, you can see some people wearing kimono in Shinto shrines.