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Your students may have seen the Hina Dan, a doll set of Hina Matsuri, but how much do they know about the display?
Introduce your students to one of the most exciting children's festival in Japan and take a close look at the Hina Dan through some fun quizzes!!
The doll set actually symbolizes some parents' wishes to their daughter, which you never realize until you take a close look.
This resource is a fun Hina Matsuri Doll Set Quiz with 15 PowerPoint slides.
6 quizzes about the Hina Doll Set with answers.
Detailed explanations (Japanese and English) in the 'Notes' section.
The last slide is also provided in a PDF format, which can be used as a classroom display.
Hina Matsuri (a.k.a Doll Festival/Girl’s Day) is a Japanese festival that started over 1000 years ago during the Heian period.
On March 3rd people pray for the happiness and healthy growth of girls by displaying a set of decorated Hina Dan (Doll Tiers).
Famous Hina Matsuri song with Japanese lyrics and English subtitle - "Ureshii Hinamatsuri"
Hope this resource broadens your students' interest in Hina Matsuri culture.
Happy Hina Matsuri to you and your students!