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2016 / Hinamatrusi program at Japanese American Cultural and Community Center, March 6

Japanese American Cultural and Community Center Sunday, March 6, 1:00PM On the Veranda: Hinamatsuri JACCC South Gallery /Tea Room 244 South San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 JACCC’s On the Veranda series returns this Spring with Hinamatsuri (Girl’s Day), a special day of celebration for girls and families. This year’s Hinamatsuri festival features...
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2016 / Huntington’s Japanese Garden hosts Hina Doll event by Japanese children, Feb. 28

Hinamatsuri show of Kodomo no ie Kindergarten was performed at the Japanese Garden of the Huntington Library on Sunday, Feb. 28, 2016. (Cultural News Video) https://youtu.be/XBqMGzS-flI  
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2015 / Hinamatsuri – Girl’s Day Celebration at the JACCC, March 1

JACCC Hinamatsuri

The Japanese American Cultural and Community Center is pleased to open the spring season of the On the Veranda Lecture Series with Hinamatsuri: Girl’s Day 5 on Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 1pm in JACCC’s exquisite South Gallery/ Tea house. Traditionally Hinamatsuri is a special day of celebration practiced by Japanese families in honor...
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2014 / Hina dolls are displayed in Los Angeles

Hina dolls at JCC

Roots of Hinamatsuri or Girl’s Day celebration are placed back to an ancient custom called hina – nagashi, or “doll floating” where people would float dolls down the river to carry away the bad spirits. Today, family with daughters display their heirloom dolls called hina – ningyo, representing the Emperor, Empress, and their attendants...
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