Looks like the weather was good for your trip.Lovely cherry blossoms and Hina princess! There are so many dolls, who keeps them and stores them?
Hi Pamela what a wonderful place,your pics are amazing,such an interesting place,thankyou for sharing my friend xx
You find the coolest, most unique things to do and see in Japan. I’ve lived here 30 years and have never seen Hina dolls displayed on a temple staircase, and you managed to find two in one day! Your photos capture the wonder and beauty perfectly. I look forward to seeing your next adventure!
Its amazing how precisely aligned all those dolls are on the steps! Great trip. xx
Some 15 years ago .I went to see the 'hanging Hina dolls' that Inatori onsen is so famous for. At that time they did not have any ordinary dolls displayed at temple steps.I found this article that is quite interesting. http://web-japan.org/kidsweb/cool/13-02-18/002.html
This is the first time for me to see cherry blossoms in 2018.
My mother used to have a doll like those sitting ones, that she was given by someone who had been an exchange student in Japan. Now I'm wondering whatever happened to it.Look at that blossom! Spring is definitely on its way for you.
Wow - I knew these doll setups where beautiful, but I didn't know there were such huge ones with hundreds of dolls and steps! That's quite impressive.
It must take hours to set all those dolls out, they look stunning going up the steps. Love your sea view photos.
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