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Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo held the "Hinamatsuri" (Japanese Doll Festival / Girl's Day) exhibition from January 15th to March 3rd, 2010

Keio Plaza Hotel Tokyo held  the "Hinamatsuri" (Japanese Doll Festival / Girl's Day) exhibition at the lobby and other public spaces from January 15th to March 3rd. "Hinamatsuri" has been celebrated on March 3rd to pray for the healthy growth of girls. Traditionally, a set of ornamental dolls called Hina Ningyo, representing Emperor, Empress, attendants, and musicians are displayed on platforms with red carpet. You can enjoy three kinds of dolls: Spanish Lladro's porcelain Hina dolls (Limited edition), "Tsurushi Kazari" (hanging style dolls) and "Mataro Ningyo" (traditional wooden dolls) in the exhibition. Hinamatsuri special lunch is served in the onsite 5 restaurants from February 1st to March 15th, 2010.

For more information please contact Keio Plaza Hotel Los Angeles Office at 800-222-5346 or e-mail.

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