Hinamatsuri (Girl’s doll festival) Exhibition
6,500 handmade hanging silk dolls and Bonsai colors the Hina-matsuri festival
Every year, through February and March, the Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo celebrates the Hina-matsuri festival, a time when families pray for the health and growth of their daughters. The main lobby, and other locations around the hotel, will showcase 6,500 handmade hanging silk dolls which are said to trap evil spirits and bring girls good luck. The central set of dolls represents figures from the Japanese court of the Heian period (794-1185), including the Emperor and Empress, ladies in waiting, and musicians.
In addition to the decoration of the Hina-matsuri festival, bonsai made in Omiya Bonsai village famous for making excellent bonsai will be exhibited.
Everyone can watch for free without staying at the hotel.
|Event Name||Hinamatsuri (Girl’s doll festival) Exhibition|
|Venue||Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo
(The main lobby and other locations)
|Dates||February 1, 2017 – March 27, 2017|
|Note||Bonsai will be changed about every 7 days.|
|Address||2-2-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo|