Jan/24 - Mar/15, 2020 “Hundred Stage Hina Festival(HYAKUDAN Hinamatsuri)"~Hina dolls stories of Izumo, Inaba, Hagi~3.6
from 1/24 '20 to 3/15 '20
Hina-matsuri, also called Doll’s Day or Girls’ Day, is celebrated on March 3rd each year in Japan. A set of ornamental dolls (hina dolls) are displayed on the platforms covered with a red carpet.
One of the biggest Hina Matsuri Events in Japan is held at Hotel Gajoen Tokyo (Meguro Gajoen) from Jan.24 to Mar.15, 2020.
Hotel Gajoen Tokyo displays antique hina-dolls from Kyushu district on `Hyakudan Kaidan`, one hundred staircase. The wooden platform is designated as Tokyo`s cultural property.
Since the first exhibition in 2010, over 600,000 visitors have been graced with the beautiful presence of hina dolls from over 20 regions. “Hina dolls stories of Izumo, Inaba, Hagi” as the main theme, 2020 marks the 11th year of this event.
In addition to the overwhelming “Zashiki Hina” exhibition that expresses the scene with more than 500 hina dolls, the Edo, Meiji, Taisho, Showa, Heisei, and Rewa “Hina chicks” that symbolize the times will also be on display. In addition, “Hina no Shitsurai” will be held at the same time to propose a table coordination of peach festivals that matches the modern interior. Please take a look at the collaboration between the gems of jewels that you can usually only meet locally and the luxurious cultural property that is the exhibition venue.
Usually displayed only in their locality, be sure to enjoy the rare opportunity to visit with these wonderful Hina dolls.
Hina no Shitsurai
Dates : January 24 - February 14, 2020
Fee : 1,000 yen for Japanese tea and sweets (Admission is NOT included)
HYAKUDAN Hina-matsuri Exhibition (Hundred Stage Hina Festival 2020 )
Dates : January 24 - March 15, 2020
Hours : 10: 00-17: 00 (last admission 16:30)
Venue : Hotel Gajoen Tokyo (Meguro Gajoen), Hyakudan Kaidan
Admission: 1,600 yen on the day, official online ticket advance sale 1,400 yen (special advance sale 1,100 yen until 1/23)
Advance tickets for each play guide 1,500 yen, 1,000 yen for university / high school students, 600 yen for junior high school and elementary school students
Access : a 5-mins walk from Meguro Station
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PurposeTraditional folk,women,first time in Japan,shrine/temple,art,sightseeing
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