March 3 is the day of the hina dolls’ Festival.

That festival is centering on younggirls’growth and happiness.

I displayed hina dolls at a tatami room.

This hina dolls is my daughter’s one.

My mother bought her that dolls.

In Japan, there is a custom that grandparents buy hina dolls for a granddaughter when the first hina festival by her.

Hina dolls supposedly take away the bad fortune of the girl who owned them.

It is said that it’s better to have your own set of hina dolls rather than take over a set from your mom or ancestors.

I need put hina dolls away by April 3 because tradition says that when you forget to put away, your daughter can’t marry(>_<)

the entrance hall ~Doll’s Festival version~

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