Hina Matsuri, girl's day in japan. Mobiles are Tsurushi-Bina. All hand made and quite expensive.

Hina Matsuri, girl's day in japan. Mobiles are Tsurushi-Bina. All hand made and quite expensive.

Christmas may not be a national holiday in Japan, but the celebration is becoming increasingly popular among Japanese people! Take a look at this San Jose teppan-yaki restaurant infographic to read about other Japanese holidays.

Christmas may not be a national holiday in Japan, but the celebration is becoming increasingly popular among Japanese people! Take a look at this San Jose teppan-yaki restaurant infographic to read about other Japanese holidays.

Hina doll display - Hina-matsuri Japan For Girl's Day. We know its "bad luck" but ours is displayed all the time. In a row not stepped like this

Hina doll display - Hina-matsuri Japan For Girl's Day. We know its "bad luck" but ours is displayed all the time. In a row not stepped like this

Tsurushibina. These are usually displayed during Hina Matsuri (girls day) They are all handmade with chirimen silk or rayon. A little expensive to purchase but such beautiful work.  - Nagoya, Aichi

Tsurushibina. These are usually displayed during Hina Matsuri (girls day) They are all handmade with chirimen silk or rayon. A little expensive to purchase but such beautiful work. - Nagoya, Aichi

Welcome to MyWorld: Hinamatsuri (Doll Festival) #hinamatsuri #Japan #kids

Welcome to MyWorld: Hinamatsuri (Doll Festival) #hinamatsuri #Japan #kids

March 3rd is Hinamatsuri, the Japanese Doll's Day! March 03, 2014 Hinamatsuri, the Doll's Day, also known as the Girls' Day, is a special day to pray for young girls' growth and happiness. In Japan, it is also called Momo No Sekku (peach festival) because of the peach blossom season on the old lunar calendar. Most families with girls display beautiful Hina Ningyo (special dolls for Hinamatsuri) and dedicate peach blossoms to them. Platforms covered with a red carpet called hina-dan are ...

March 3rd is Hinamatsuri, the Japanese Doll's Day! March 03, 2014 Hinamatsuri, the Doll's Day, also known as the Girls' Day, is a special day to pray for young girls' growth and happiness. In Japan, it is also called Momo No Sekku (peach festival) because of the peach blossom season on the old lunar calendar. Most families with girls display beautiful Hina Ningyo (special dolls for Hinamatsuri) and dedicate peach blossoms to them. Platforms covered with a red carpet called hina-dan are ...

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