February 23rd to March 28th

Description

From the end of February to the end of March, the Shonai Shrine exposes its collection of more than one hundred Hina Dolls to the public in the shrine's Treasure Hall. The Treasure Hall opens at 9:30 am and closes at 4:30 pm.

Participation fees: 

300 yen per adult

Shonai Shrine's Hinamatsuri Dolls Display

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