Easter isn't well known or celebrated in Japan. The overall Christian population in Japan is low. On Crazy Victoriana Crazy for Quilts, Janie asked the question, "How do you and your family celebrate Easter?"
When I was a child, I went to Sunday School and Church (Redeemer Luthern Church in Gillespie, Illinois) in a new Easter dress and decorated boiled eggs and received an Easter basket with chocolate and marshmallow Peeps from the Easter Bunny.
In the last few years before coming to Japan, we hosted Ted's mom for the holiday weekends and colored eggs. Sometimes we took a little trip to the Botanical Gardens or Lake Johnson or another place. One year we went to Appomattox.
Now that I am in Japan, I think about Easter on the day and remember why it is celebrated, but that's the extent. No church or chocolate candy or marshmallow Peeps or colored eggs. I did receive a card from my friend Jeanette in the US.