Sunday, February 26, 2017

'Girl's Day' Festival on March 3rd;

 Dolls for Girl's day Festival is called "Hina Doll"
Local Handicraft Association called 'タンポポの会 Tanpopo no kai ' held this exhibition at the next city's department store.  Like last year, I was really amazed at the huge scale of exhibited works.  And I also added exhibited other kinds of works as well as bird.  Oh, please bear me with this really long picture post.
*Playing with Sea-shell*
The musical instrument is called ”koto 琴”.


*Works with 'Bird or Chicken' Design which is this year's Oriental Zodiac Sign*

*Japanese bride wearing Kimono bridal costume*
*Hina-Dolls made of Cocoon Filament*

*Head of the association was having an interview from local TV program*


*Works of indigo-dyeing and Western style were also exhibited*



















*I found this Wagtail around the bridge below*
After my (sorry for early posting) new post about my husband's band, I'll be away from pc (4th ~ 9th).  It's been hectic weeks and  busy, but I'll try hard to visit you till then.  
My newest post after 'Husband's Band' (already posted) , will be in 2 weeks.
              SO SORRY FOR MY ABSENCE!

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31 comments:

Karen S. said...

Hello Miyako! Such lovely photos, and looks like a wonderful girl's day!

likeschocolate said...

Happy Girls Day! What a wonderful celebrations!

Villrose said...

Wow! Beautiful dolls and designs!

Tamago said...

What a fantastic exhibition! I love all the delicate works with amazing details! Hagoita with chicken is very cute. The bride doll is gorgeous!
Love the photo of the bridge. It looks like a nice quiet place :-)

Have a wonderful new week, Miyako san xoxo

Sue (this n that) said...

Hello Dear Miyako, your post is full of the most beautiful displays. Thank you for all the photos... we can take so much in by seeing them all. I would find it hard to choose if I had to confine the photos to only one or two! So they are very much appreciated.

My favourite is the "Playing with Sea Shells"... oh but every display is magnificent. Such details in their costumes and beautiful clothing.

I am amazed at how the cocoon filaments are used! Incredible :D)

The floral arrangements are gorgeous too!

Pretty Wagtail from under the bridge - you have a great eye for finding the birds.

I hope you have a great week and that all is well and happy with you both. Cheers now 💖

jeannettestgermain said...

The dolls look so pretty and feminine, Miyako! Especially the doll who plays the koto I like!
Interviewed by the news, so it must be an important event:)
But I also like the rustic bridge at the end! It looks like the one I pass, every week.
Many thanks for sharing all this beauty with ALL SEASONS! Have a lovely week:)

carol l mckenna said...

Hi Miyako ~ always wonderful and elegant traditions and magnificent photography of such creative items ~ thank you ~

Wishing you a special week ~ ^_^

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

What a great display of dolls. Lots of creativity here.

Rambling Woods said...

Hello Mikako! I really enjoyed seeing all the beautiful items that people made. I have never seen anything make of cocoon, but it makes sense as those fibers have to be really strong. Just beautiful workmanship and your cute bird too. ..Michelle

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, the Girls Day festival sounds like a wonderful celebration. The dolls on display are all beautiful. I like the chicken designs too. The wagtail is a lovely bird. Enjoy your day and the week ahead.

Maggie said...

Hello Dear Miyako,
Sorry to be so late in visiting but your link to Mosaic Monday appears not to be working correctly and it has taken me a while to find a way to visit.
Your post for MM is delightful, all the dolls are beautiful and displayed so cleverly.
The Bride is my favourite I think.
Thanks for sharing them all with us at Mosaic Monday this week.

Maggie said...

Hello again
this time we have been successful!
bon nuit
M

bettyl-NZ said...

Dolls always amaze me, especially when they are made for specific purposes like this. Great photos of the terrific looking scenes. Lovely flowers and birds and that bridge is very charming.

riitta k said...

Hi Miyako! It was so lovely to see these elaborate & beautiful dolls ! I was once keen on miniatures & dolls, made them myself too. That hobby has gone but the interest prevails. Wishing you a lovely week with greetings & hugs ❤︎

Lady Fi said...

Hope all is well! Everything looks just exquisite.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I love the dolls! And the fine craftsmanship. Girls Day is a wonderful celebration. I hope your trip is for a fun purpose!

Light and Voices said...

Miyako, I will miss you but I understand. Have fun! Be safe! Enjoyed your post this week very much. Very creative!

amo sin blogg said...

Wonderfull post !
Nice flowers and dolls.

Jim said...

Great

Meggie said...

Very nice...

Kristin Aquariann said...

Fascinating festival! Thanks for linking up so loyally to my Flower Friday hop! :D

Maggid said...

So many beautiful things to see . . . and LOTS to consider.
Thank you very Much.

Latane Barton said...

Hope you enjoy your time off. See you back here soon.

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, pretty post with the beautiful dolls and flowers.
The Wagtail is a lovely bird, great photos. I hope you are enjoying your time away. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Saturday, enjoy your weekend!

A Colorful World said...

Absolutely stunning pieces!

Ida said...

The Girls day festival looks so cool. So many pretty dolls. I really enjoyed reading your post and viewing all the wonderful photos.

Linda said...

Nice shots! What pretty dolls!

♥Anni @ I'd Rather B Birdin'♥ said...

Beautiful doll displays. Extraordinary!!

Everything, from bridges, birds, dolls and crafts you share are fantastic today.

Thanks so much for joining in with us bird enthusiasts this weekend and sharing your link at I'd Rather B Birdin'!

Gosia k said...

wow great photos, Love from Poland

Michelle said...

The Girl's Day looks like a wonderful celebration! Thanks for linking up and I hope you have a great time while you are away!

Breathtaking said...

Hello Miyako!:) I came over to say Hi, after such a long time away, and now you are away!! I hope you are OK,..and many thanks for this spectacular Girls Day Festival post. I enjoyed looking at all the decorative dolls displayed and photographed so beautifully in their different garbs and the lovely floral and chicken displays, along with the sweet real life Pied Wagtail. Kind Regards.