Hinamatsuri 2020 “Spring starts here” ended with a great success!!
Hinamatsuri 2020 “Spring starts here” ended with a great success.
We hosted 3185 visitors to DIA on the day which is the largest Hinamatsuri crowds per day in history.
The day turned be a sunny and warmer day which helped visitors coming to DIA to enjoy this event. Thank you for coming and big thanks to all performers, volunteers and supported companies to this event.
This venue was packed all day long.
High school students “ Sencha Girls” , in front of Hina Dolls
Demonstration and Booth of Master Fujii, a Japnese Calligrapher
Good job, Origami sensei! So many people learned from you.
Japanese Sweet “Nerikiri” Master, Ms. Sugii, demonstrated beautiful spring colored confection
Koto Group Miyambi’s performance and workshop
Story Telling of Japanese Folk tales; Hanasaka Jiisan and Kaguya Hime
Calm and Relaxed stage performances were shown.
Scene of Tea Ceremony
Learning the movement after Kimono was dressed.
Prentis Court and Student Lunchroom
Always popular in Workshops. In Sencha+Japanese sweets corner, teas and sweets were gone so fast!
Ichigo-Daihuku, looking Yummy!
Pople took home their finished works.
Ikebana International people displayed beautiful flowers in Great Hall.
The Ohmi-tea was promoted by Shiga People.
Experience of Sencha and Japanese Sweets: High school students “Sencha Girls” have equipped the Japanese style movements with wearing Kimono. Well done!
Thanks to two musicians to draw many people to gallery!
Ms. Natasha Foreman, a teacher in WSU performed Shamisen
Ms. Hina Iha, a high school Sanshin champion in Okinawa, Japan, played and sang beautiful music.
*Please click and download Hinamatsuri 2020 Event Program.
**Thanks to Japan News Club(www.japannesclub.com), we could make this article using some of their photos.