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Doll's Festival in Japan, March 3rd

Ana Sofia Cerda Kipper

on 29 March 2011

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Transcript of Hinamatsuri

Hinamatsuri Doll's Festival Momo no Sekku is a particular tradition in Japan celebrated on it’s a time to pray to the gods for the health and well-being of young girls and for to get marry when they grew up established in the Edo period (1603 to 1868) Families with daughters usually set up a stand that have dolls in every stair a display which is called hynaningyo that consist of at least 15 dolls.
At the top, the emperor and the empress sit and watch down to their court. In the next step are the three court ladies,
Then there are five musicians,
Two ministers and three servants and
Also there are small pieces of furniture representing items found in the ancient imperial palace. ひなまつり There's a tradition that consist into throwing a doll into the river to carry the girl's sins with it. During the Hina Matsuri festivities many girls dressed with a traditional kimono, host parties for their friends with traditional food for this ocation. Bibliography:
"Hina Matsuri - Calendar 03 - Explore Japan - Kids Web Japan - Web Japan." Web Japan : Top Page. Kids Web Japan. Web. 21 Mar. 2011. .
Gillis, Linda. "Doll Festival." 2camels Festivals and Events. 2011. Web. 21 Mar. 2011. .
"Hinamatsuri (Doll's Festival) - Hina-ningyo." Learn Japanese - Japanese Language. New York Times Company, 2011. Web. 21 Mar. 2011. .
“Hina Matsuri: Hina Matsuri Celebrations”. Netglimse, 2009. Web. 22 Mar. 2011. Hinachirashi
Temari sushi
Sweet pink rice cakes
Kansai-style sakura-mochi
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