Girls day, Hina Matsuri. Each year, Japanese girls eagerly await the third of March, called Hina Matsuri, or Doll's Festival. In Japanese, “hina” means “small doll.” Girls display their most precious dolls on a seven-tiered platform in their home. Families visit shrines and pray for the health and happiness of their girls
Girl's Day - On this day families with young daughters celebrate this event at home to ensure their daughter's future happiness. They decorate hina-Ningyo (special, beautiful dolls which are replicas of an ancient emperor and empress and their subordinates).