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Hinakazari (Doll Decoration)

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Contents information

Artist name
  • K.Yoshinaka / ST pers
Release date
  • 2011-01-11
Format
  • PDF
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Recommended paper type
  • Matte Photo Paper
Print Quality
  • High
Orientation
  • Landscape
Page Layout
  • Same magnification
Page Scaling
  • None

A hinakazari is a set of dolls displayed in homes at the Girls' Festival, to pray for the healthy upbringing of girls. In the early Edo Period, only a pair of male and female dolls were displayed, in either an upright position ("tachihina" or standing dolls) or in a sitting position ("suwarihina" or sitting dolls). As time went by many other patterns came to be used, and around the end of the Edo Period and the start of the Meiji period, people began to dipslay the "three ladies in waiting" or marital furniture, making large-scale decoration sets. This paper craft recreates a hinakazari, centering on the emperor and emperess dolls, who are surrounded by three ladies in waiting and tiered boxes, a palanquin, and other items on a three-tiered display stand. The final product is quite large, measuring 28cm high, 44cm wide, and 41cm deep. Take your time to construct it carefully.

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