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. Dolls Festivals, Japanese Dolls, Japan Dolls, Hinamatsuri Dolls, Dolls 玩偶, Display, Daughters, Hina Dolls, Dolls Ningyo
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Hina-matsuri (Japanese Doll Festival). Platforms covered with a red carpet are used to display a set of ornamental dolls representing the Emperor, Empress, attendants, and musicians in traditional court dress of the Heian period.