Hinamatsuri, Girls Day
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Hina-matsuri (雛祭り) or "Girls Day", celebrated on March 3rd. It is customary to put-up the Hina-ningyō (雛人形) which displays the dolls. There is a superstition of the hina-ningyō; if you don't take down the hina-ningyō before march 4th - will result in a late marriage for your daughter.
Explicación del hina matsuri, el Día de las niñas que tiene lugar en Japón en marzo, y el montaje del set de muñecos típicos (hinadan).
Today, 3rd March, is Girls' Day, Hinamatsuri, the Japanese Doll Festival - 雛祭り - Buddhachannel : le portail du bouddhisme dans le monde
Pequeñas muñecas de cerámicas vestidas con trajes tradicionales invaden este martes las casas, templos, comercios y hoteles de Japón con motivo de la celebración del festival "hina matsuri" en honor a las niñas japonesas.
Today, 3rd March, is Girls' Day, Hinamatsuri, the Japanese Doll Festival - 雛祭り -
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Hinamatsuri, Girls Day
The Japanese Doll Festival (雛祭り Hina-matsuri), or Girls' Day, is held on March 3, the third day of the third month. Platforms with a red hi-mōsen are used to display a set of ornamental dolls (雛人形 hina-ningyō) representing the Emperor, Empress, attendants, and musicians in traditional court dress of the Heian period.
Marzo en Japón, mes del hina matsuri o día de la niñas
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Japan Tanabata " Star festival" on July 7.Wishes are written on colorful pieces of paper & tied to bamboo branches.
七夕 - TANABATA The bamboo leaves rustle, shaking away in the eaves. The stars twinkle on the gold and silver grains of sand. The five-colour paper strips I have already written. The stars twinkle, they watch us from heaven
Tanabata, (meaning "Evening of the seventh"), is a Japanese star festival.
七夕 (Tanabata), a star festival every July 7th, Japan.
七夕 - TANABATA Festival Time to wish upon the stars☆
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The Tanabata Festival.
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Japanese girl in a beautiful kimono at the Shichi-Go-San (Seven-Five-Three) Festival, Japan.
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Goldfish scooping (金魚すくい /kingyo sukui) game at the summer carnival, Japan 夏夜の思い出 (by comolebi*)
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Goldfish-scooping game (Kingyo sukui) at the summer carnival. 金魚すくい
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Chart: This is the kimono 20-year-old girls wear for Coming of Age ceremony in Japan-parts are labeled in Japanese and in phonetic Japanese.
成人式の振袖 This is the kimono 20-year-old girls wear for Coming of Age ceremony. I wish we had the ceremony in America!!
FURISODE 振袖 najbardziej uroczyste kimono dla panien, posiada długie na 100-107 cm 'kołyszące się rękawy', wzory na całej powierzchni. Zwyczajowo zakładane na ceremonię dojrzałości (Seijin-shiki), na ślub, wesele przez niezamężne krewne panny młodej. Parts of KIMONO (wear-thing) and accessories. 成人式の振袖 This is the kimono 20-year-old girls wear for Coming of Age ceremony.
More contemporary Japanese kimono fashion….. this is an example of a kimono 20-year-old girls wear for Coming of Age ceremony
成人式の振袖 This is the kimono 20-year-old girls wear for Coming of Age ceremony. Too bad there are no English translations of the labels.
成人式の振袖 This is the 'furisode' kimono 20-year-old girls wear for Coming of Age ceremony. I have one myself and I <3 it!
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°jpn° Hina Matsuri Festival (March 3rd) is a holiday to celebrate girls. On this day families display a set of hina dolls called "Hina ningyou" and pray for girl's happiness and healthy growth.
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Hinamatsuri The Japanese Doll Festival (雛祭り Hina-matsuri), or Girls' Day, is held on March 3.
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A set of at least 15 dolls dressed in ancient costumes usually comprises the "Hina-Ningyo" display, which often includes exquisitely crafted minature accessories and furniture.
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Hinamatsuri The Japanese Doll Festival (雛祭り Hina-matsuri), or Girls' Day, is held on March 3.Girl's Day Doll's Festival ひな祭り
Hinamatsuri The Japanese Doll Festival (雛祭り Hina-matsuri), or Girls' Day, is held on March 3. This display was in our gym. we would go there when we were dressed in our kimonos
03 Hinamatsuri The Japanese Doll Festival (雛祭り Hina-matsuri), or Girls' Day, is held on March 3.
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Japanese Hina dolls mark "Day of the Girls" (Japanese Doll Festival)
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The Kimono Gallery. An 1890s study of young Japanese girls by K. TAMAMURA of Yokohama, Japan. Text and image via Okinawa Soba on Flickr
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he Kimono Gallery. An 1890s study of young Japanese girls by K. TAMAMURA of Yokohama, Japan.
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An 1890s study of young Japanese girls by K. TAMAMURA of Yokohama, Japan. These MAIKO are mere children who, at a young age, are thrust into the world of men and alcohol for the great financial gain of their handlers. Such was Old Japan". ♥ TERUHA'S STORY : www.flickr.com/photos/okinawa-soba/4446588770/ This image of three descending MAIKO ("Dancing Girls") was extracted directly from a hand-colored photograph on glass, and framed out for Flickr. I am guessing that these girls were born in the mid to late 1870s, and if still alive, are about 140 years old. Although I doubt they're still with us, it is quite likely that all or some of them made it through WW2, into the age of Color TV, and saw the early days of the space race. The famous Geisha TERUHA, who was born in the 1890s, made it though to 1990s, and --- short of smart-phones, iPads, and flat-screen TVs --- saw pretty much of everything we have today. The 19th Century seems so far in our past, yet in these old photos, we can see folks that some of us now living could have shaken hands with. Now excuse me as I ponder which of these three girls I would like to chat up as she pours my drink at the next Geisha Party. I'm sure she could tell me many things about those days that are not found in any book. For more about the Photographer and the making of these old photos, please see the caption HERE : ♥ www.flickr.com/photos/okinawa-soba/16541310924/ * * * RANDOM SOBA : www.flickriver.com/photos/24443965@N08/random/
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