Hina Matsuri Displays. At a Preschool

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You can see displays for the doll’s festivals in many places throughout Japan at the moment.  Here is one of the displays at my children’s preschool, shown with the 5 year old’s handmade origami paper Emperor and Empress dolls. For more information on and craft ideas for young children for the hina matsuri / dolls festival / girls day, please click here.

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