March 3rd. is the day for Girls.
It’s Hinamatsuri,the Doll’s Festival!
It’s a day to pray for young girl’s growth and happiness.
It’s also called Momo no sec,the Peach Festival.
The peach blossom is in season on the old lunar calendar.
Families with girls display Hina Dolls at home.
A set of dolls are displayed on a five or seven-tiered stand covered with a red carpet.
At the top are the Emperor and Empress,then followed by attendants,
and musicians in traditional court dress of the Heian period.
It’s a sign of the coming of spring for Japanese people.