Hina Matsuri ひな祭り

Hina Matsuri

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Girl’s Day or Doll’s Festival is celebrated in Japan on March 3!

This day you put out doll ornaments referring to the emperor and empress in your house. Some do it from the middle of February and then take them away as soon Hina Matsuri is over!

This is a day to celebrate your daughters to a happy life with good health and beauty.

As all Japanese Festivals its really amazing (if you ask me) and this is so as well. Going to a Shrine filled with these dolls which you later send away on the riverbed is a beautiful tradition!

So I wish you all girls out there a wonderful Girl’s Day☆

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Posted on March 4, 2013, in 2013, Doll's Festival, Girl's Day, Hina Matsuri, Japan and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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