Hina Matsuri Doll Phone Charm

Hina Matsuri Doll Phone Charm

5.00

Hinamatsuri (雛祭り) is a day celebrated in Japan each year on March 3. Also called “Doll’s Day” or “Girls’ Day,” platforms covered in red carpet display sets of dolls called “hina-ningyo” which represent the Emperor, Empress, attendants and musicians in the traditional dress of the Heian period. A full set includes seven platforms and are decorated with a variety of miniature furniture, lanterns, carriages, and more. During hinamatsuri, it is tradition to drink sake, hina-arare crackers, and diamond-shaped coloured mochi rice cake. This cute doll is the Empress, called me-bina (女雛) in Japanese.
 

This charm is made from frosted yellow, semi-transparent acrylic with a red bell accessory on a black braided cord strap and would make the perfect addition to any phone case, bag, purse, mobile game device, and more! The acrylic charm is made in the UK and measures 35mm x 40mm. Black braided strap measures approximately 70mm.

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