Hina dolls

Explore a collection of beautiful Hina Dolls for display and collection. Discover the rich history and cultural significance of these exquisite dolls and add a touch of elegance to your home.
Japanese Antique Hina Dolls Hina Dolls, Kokeshi Dolls, Art Dolls, Dolls Dolls, Japanese Geisha, Japanese Dolls, Vintage Japanese, China, Matsuri Festival

Three Japanese Jyokan (ladies-in-waiting) hina dolls are a part of the hina doll set displayed for the Hina Matsuri Festival, Japanese Girls Day in March, also called the Peach Festival. This day is reserved for the girls of the family wishing for their well-being for the coming year. Late Meiji to Taisho period, early 1900’s. When the peach blossoms start to open by breaking through the snow from February to March, it is the announcement of the arrival of spring. Plums are often associated…

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Clover Gem
Celebrate Hinamatsuri, Japan's Doll Festival, with Delicious and Auspicious Take-Out Meals! | LIVE JAPAN travel guide Japanese Dolls, Japanese Girl, Japanese Celebrations, Japanese Haiku, Sakura Mochi, Japanese Holidays, Hina Matsuri, Heian Era, Hina Dolls

Hinamatsuri, also known as Doll's Day or Girls' Day, is a traditional Japanese festival celebrated on March 3 each year. The festival is dedicated to young girls, and the centerpiece of the celebration is the display of hina dolls, which represent the Emperor, Empress, attendants, and musicians of the Heian period (794-1185). This unique Japanese festival is celebrated differently depending on the region you're in, but most customs will include some similar features, like a set of cute hina…

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Tamayo Kocho
Japanese Shop, Japanese Dolls, Traditional Crafts, Traditional Outfits, Hina Matsuri, Hina Dolls, Heian Period, Asian Doll, Doll Face

Inatori, located in the Izu Peninsula of Shizuoka Prefecture in Japan, is famous for is Hina doll festival tsurushibina. Tsurushibina are the decorative dangly bits that represent different motifs and designs. Hina Matsuri, commonly known as Girls' Day, is celebrated every March 3 in Japan. Traditionally attired dolls, representing the Emperor and Empress and court musicians and attendants are displayed in honor of the holiday. It is a tradition that goes back to the Heian period (794 to…

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Jillian Reynolds