Hina doll decorations on display.


March 3rd is Hinamatsuri, a festival to pray for the healthy growth of girls.
This custom was originated from the combination of “Joushi-no-Sekku”, one of the five seasonal festivals, and ” Hiina-game”, which was popular among girls in the Heian period to dress dolls in kimono.
It is also called “Peach Festival” because peach blossoms bloom around March 3rd of the lunar calendar.

On the 15th floor of Hotel Ryumeikan Tokyo, the Hina doll is displayed. The Hina doll is the work of Mr. Hara Beishu, who was designated as an intangible cultural property in 1966 and was awarded the Medal with Yellow Ribbon.
Please take a look at the doll that have a history of more than 100 years, when you visit us.
We have a hotel package for a family that you can enjoy with your children, who are the protagonists of the Hinamatsuri. We also have a full range of amenities for children, so we look forward to your family staying.