Post 4 in a series of posts about where you can view traditional Hina Matsuri Doll displays in Japan. These dolls may not be to the level of the Konosu Bikkuri Hina Matsuri pyramid displays, but they are pretty and come with their own history. They were taken at Nanbata Castle Park and Resource centre, a historical and cultural centre, park and heritage house in Fujimi City.
Nanbata Castle cultural park and heritage house is a free, but fun place to visit with kids. They leave out period toys for children to play with, such as stilts and koma spinning tops. The address is 568-1 Shimonanbata, Fujimi 354-0004. Telephone is 049-253-4664.
The park is also host to a musket shooting display and festival. You can read more here.
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