Hina Dolls (2015)
Difficulty Level – 2
Every year on March 3rd, Japan celebrates the Doll Festival (Japanese, Hina Matsuri). On this day every year, families set up a special step-altar on which to arrange their Emperor and Empress dolls, called “hina” in Japanese. They decorate this altar with boughs of peach blossoms and make offerings to the hina dolls of freshly made rice cakes (mochi), either flavored with a wild herb or colored and cut into festive diamond shapes.
Source: Kyoto National Museum
Build and display this 2015 edition of the Hina Dolls, which is bigger and more detailed than its preceding version.