Hina-No-Tsurushi-Kazari is a hanging decoration come down from the past generations in Inadori Onsen. It is a kind of decoration used at both side of tiered stand of Momo-no-Sekku Festival. It is a symbol of traditions past through generations.
Hina-No-Tsurushi-Kazari was first originated in Edo period. Ohinasama (girl’s doll) was a rare item for the general household to buy due to the high price, in order to celebrate the Girl’s Festival without expensive Ohinasama, parents handmade Hina-no-Tsurushi-Kazari, decorate it to celebrate the festival for their loved children and grandchildren.
Every parts of the decoration were all meticulously handmade by parents as a symbol for the health of children.
|Event name||Hina-No-Tsurushi-Kazari Festival|
|Place||Hina-No-Tsurushi-Kazari Exhibition Area at Inadori Onsen Ryokan Association (Inadori Onsen)|
|Address||1729 Inadori, Higashi-izu-cho, Gamo-gun, Shizuoka|
|Period||9:00 am to 16:30 pm on Jan 20th to March 31th of 2015|
|Participation fees||Admission fee
[Permanent exhibition area]
Bunka Kouen Hina-no-Kan: 300 yen
Naburatoto: 100 yen
|Getting there||15 minutes walk from Izu-Inadori Station of Izukyuko Line.|
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