Hina matsuri doll wall decor, Japanese Girls' Day, original signed painting representing the Emperor and Empress.
Hina matsuri doll wall decor, Japanese Girls' Day, original signed painting representing the Emperor and Empress.
Hina matsuri doll wall decor, Japanese Girls' Day, original signed painting representing the Emperor and Empress.
Hina matsuri doll wall decor, Japanese Girls' Day, original signed painting representing the Emperor and Empress.
Hina matsuri doll wall decor, Japanese Girls' Day, original signed painting representing the Emperor and Empress.
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Hina matsuri doll wall decor, Japanese Girls' Day, original signed painting representing the Emperor and Empress.

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Lovely, very decorative painting depicting the Emperor and Empress for the Japanese Doll Festival (Hina-matsuri), or Girls' Day, held every year on March 3rd.

On hinamatsuri, Japanese families celebrate their young daughters by praying for their health, good fortune, and prosperity.

The history of this tradition goes back over 1000 years, to the Heian Period. During the Heian Period, an annual festival was held during which people prayed to the gods for good health and good fortune. As part of the festivities, straw dolls sitting in paper boats were floated away on rivers. It was thought that the dolls would carry any misfortune with them out to sea, acting as substitutes for their human makers. This tradition lives on in the Hinamatsuri, although today only a few shrines still hold a Doll Floating Festival and most people celebrate with ornamental hina dolls at home.

This beautiful artwork uses the standing figure of the dolls as a venerable motif. An absolutely stunning pair of Japanese Tachi-bina - Standing Hina Dolls for 'Girls Day'
The male o-bina with arms stretched wide, and the female me-bina in a straight column form.
Above the dolls, there is a peach branch. As the day is also called "Momo (peach) no Sekku", peach flower is accompanied to decorate the dolls with spring flavor.

Signed by the artist, unfortunately we couldn't identifies him/her.

Dimension Approx.:
Paper: 24 cm x 30 cm (9.5" x 11.8")
Artwork: 15.7 cm x 23 cm (6.2" x 9")
Frame: 25 cm x 31cm x 1.9 cm (9.7" x 12"x 0.75")
Weight: 900 grams

Very good condition.
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I'm happy to answer any questions.
I will send it well packed with a tracking number (DHL Express shipping).

🎁 All items are wrapped with a beautiful Japanese fabric at no extra cost.