3.15.2010


If you're following this blog (and Kizuna's) maybe you know by now that March 3rd is celebrated annually as the girl's day in Japan. This event which is called Hinamatsuri is special day where parents wish for their girls' happiness and good health all throughout the year. (read my last year's post, Ohinasama)

Ohinasama dolls are being displayed inside the house, usually in the living room. These dolls are not just an ordinary Japanese Dolls. They're especially made just for this time of the year and must be kept atleast a day after the event.

Day 62 of 2010's (mar 3, wednesday)

This year, we celebrated it in the simplest way so I don't have much to share about the foods, et al. But visit my friend's page HERE to know and see more about how we usually celebrate Hinamatsuri.

15 kawaii thoughts:

scart said... [Reply to comment]

hmm mukang interesting yan Hinamatsuri and ang cute ng pagkatali mo sa hair ni Anzu XD

sweet_shelo said... [Reply to comment]

so colorful celebration.. Colorful foodie and the dolls are cute..

Dhemz said... [Reply to comment]

oh my...so cute ni baby dolly...love her outfit!

Dhemz said... [Reply to comment]

oh my...so cute ni baby dolly...love her outfit!

♥peachkins♥ said... [Reply to comment]

Ang cute ni Anzu.Ang cute dun nung mga ...are those candies or pastries??

Mrs. Kolca said... [Reply to comment]

aha. happy dollie day anzy. you look like a doll in your dress. muah!

La Reyn said... [Reply to comment]

Sa English textbook namin, may nabasa akong Hinamatsuri doon kaya medyo nakakarelate din ako, hehe! Ang cute naman nung mga dolls lalo na yung baby mo. Love ko talaga ang makakita at makahawak ng baby, they're so adorable. Naku, pag lumaki si baby siguradong mas gaganda yan, haha!

chubskulit said... [Reply to comment]

Wow very interesting talagaaang culture and traditions ng japanese ano Bams. Anzu is very pretty!

Mel Alarilla said... [Reply to comment]

Finally a celebration for girls in the male dominated world of Japan, lol. Ang ganda nang suot ni Azumi na geisha, Japanese na Jpanese talaga ang looks niya. Tuwang tuwa siguro ang mister mo kapag nakikitang ganito si Anzu dahil sobrang cute talaga. Thanks for sharing with your readers the different traditions and celebrations in Japan. God bless you all always.

Jade aka MommaWannabe said... [Reply to comment]

They are very pretty Bambie! I want them :)! Where can these be bought? Hubby will be going there next week...sana mabili nya ako.

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Arvin U. de la Peña said... [Reply to comment]

kung ganun halos lahat ng bahay diyan ay may ohinasama dolls..

Clarissa said... [Reply to comment]

I love the color of her outfit.Para na rin cyang isa sa mga dolls,Azumi chan's a cutie dolly!!

(Terekusai kedo arigatou sa link,Bambie)

shydub said... [Reply to comment]

Daming custom and traditions ng japan ano, actually mostly in asia dami. Well, I love your real dolly there hehe she is cute in green.

spinninglovelydays said... [Reply to comment]

Ooh, this is so interesting. I wish I had seen this post sooner. I would have incorporated it in our homeschool somehow. Thanks for sharing. :)

Sam said... [Reply to comment]

Aww.. She is so cute! She looks absolutely lovely.

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