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In this picture taken on October 30, 2012 Japanese Soke Ogasawara (L) attends a ceremony of Origata, Japan's art of gift wrapping during the opening of the "Miwa" pavillon in Paris. What matters at Christmas time is the spirit, right? For those yet to be convinced, a tiny Japanese pavilion in Paris offers to initiate Westerners to a 700-year-old gift-giving ritual known as Origata. AFP / JOEL SAGET
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