Doll Festival at Simpson United Methodist Church

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This style, Kyoto-style Goten Kazari Bina, of dolls for Girls Day (March 3) was very popular in Meiji, Taisho and early Showa era. But, it was discontinued in 1960s. She had a similar set when she was a child, but lost it. She recently acquired this particular set through auctions.

It has the background stage of Royal Palace, the Hall for State Ceremonies (Shishin-den), with 15 dolls with various music and ceremonial instruments.

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