Japanese women rebel against Valentine's tradition of giving male colleagues 'obligation chocolate'

Japanese women are beginning to rebel against the tradition of giving male colleagues chocolates on Valentine's Day due to the financial strain.

The tradition, called "giri choco," which means "obligation chocolate," is the act of women buying chocolates for their male coworkers.

Meanwhile, significant others or husbands receive "honmei choco" which means "true feelings chocolate" on Valentine's Day.

The women get their day a month later. On White Day, which falls on March 14, men return the favor.

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