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Originally a Chinese ceremony, taking place on "snake day" at the beginning of March, where people would purify their bodies in the river. Now known as a “ Hinamatsuri” (Girls’ day)for bring the healthy and growth for girls.

[ Event ]
Peach festival (Hinamaturi)
March 3rd

[ Ingredients ]
Clam
Scattered sushi
Hishi-mochi

[ Wishing plate ]
Made with prayers for girls' health and growth and with wishes for marital harmony.

   Girls' Day Doll Display

Peach festival (Hinamaturi). March 3rd. Originally a Chinese ceremony, taking place on "snake day" at the beginning of March, where people would purify their bodies in the river. Now known as a “ Hinamatsuri” (Girls’ day)for bring the healthy and growth for girls. Peach festival (Hinamaturi). March 3rd. Originally a Chinese ceremony, taking place on "snake day" at the beginning of March, where people would purify their bodies in the river. Now known as a “ Hinamatsuri” (Girls’ day)for bring the healthy and growth for girls. Peach festival (Hinamaturi). March 3rd. Originally a Chinese ceremony, taking place on "snake day" at the beginning of March, where people would purify their bodies in the river. Now known as a “ Hinamatsuri” (Girls’ day)for bring the healthy and growth for girls. Peach festival (Hinamaturi). March 3rd. Originally a Chinese ceremony, taking place on "snake day" at the beginning of March, where people would purify their bodies in the river. Now known as a “ Hinamatsuri” (Girls’ day)for bring the healthy and growth for girls. Peach festival (Hinamaturi). March 3rd. Originally a Chinese ceremony, taking place on "snake day" at the beginning of March, where people would purify their bodies in the river. Now known as a “ Hinamatsuri” (Girls’ day)for bring the healthy and growth for girls.

Nippon Designer Gakuin/Yuu Maruyama

Clam Scattered sushi Hishi-mochi Clam Scattered sushi Hishi-mochi

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