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Hina Matsuri. By: Olivia/5C. The Tradition. The name of this tradition is Hina Matsuri . This tradition is also known as Doll Festival or Girl's Festival. The Place.

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hina matsuri


By: Olivia/5C

the tradition
The Tradition
  • The name of this tradition is HinaMatsuri. This tradition is also known as Doll Festival or Girl's Festival.
the place
The Place
  • This tradition comes from Japan and also happens in Japan. Japan has the world’s tenth-largest population, with over 127 million people. The celebration takes place both inside the home and at the seashore. The best place to experience HinaMatsuri in Wakayama prefecture is at Kada shrine. Its right by the shore and the priests host the HinaMatsuri there every year.
the people who celebrate
The People Who Celebrate
  • Girls/daughters in Japan celebrate this celebration. A girl’s first “Girls’ Day” is called her hatzu-zekku. On girl’s hatzu-zekku it is very popular for the girl’s grandparents to buy her a display.
when i t happen
When It Happen
  • Every year on March 3rd, Japanese society celebrates HinaMatsuri. Popularly known as the doll’s festival, it is a holiday when families give good wishes for the health and happiness of the girls in their lives.
the purpose
The Purpose
  • In this day, Japanese families pray for the happiness and prosperity of their girls and to help ensure that they grow up healthy and beautiful. They believe that this tradition can ward off evil spirits from girls.
the equipments
The Equipments
  • The equipment and materials that they use are girls display "hina-ningyo" (special dolls for Hinamatsuri) and dedicate peach blossoms.
the steps
The Steps

There are some steps to do in the tradition:

  • Display girls display "hina-ningyo" (special dolls for Hinamatsuri).
  • They are usually arranged on a five or seven-tiered stand covered with a red carpet. At the top are the Emperor and Empress.
  • The next step contains three court ladies (sannin-kanjo), followed by five musicians (gonin-bayashi), two ministers (udaijin and sadaijin), and three servants ending the bottom row in a five-tiered display.
  • There are also small pieces of furniture, small meal dishes, and other things.

These are the steps use in the girls’ dolls.