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The girl's festival
The girl's festivalThe story goes far back to one thousand years ago, to the early days of the “Heian era”. In those days, ”HINA ASOBI”, a sort of house keeping game with paper dolls, was widely prevalent among women and girls of the nobility.
Noblemen, on the other hand, held a ceremony in March to pray to God for peace and security of their children by floating the paper dolls down the stream or in the garden pond to drive.
It is believed that these two events were put together as the origin of the girl’s festival.

In the middle of the “Edo period”, the dolls came to be dressed beautifully and gorgeously as seen today. The event came into fashion in big cities like Edo(Tokyo’s former name) first and gradually infiltrated throughout the country in the “Meiji era”,
Every family has come display the “DAIRI BINA” whenever a baby come into the world, to wish her happiness and healthy growth.
Although shapes of dolls and manners of display were changed over time. The girl’s festival has been carried on for over one thousand years.
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