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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Girl Museum's latest exhibition— Hina Matsuri: Celebrating Girls’ Day in Japan

Hina Matsuri display, Katsuura, Japan. Girl Museum, 2010.

We are happy to announce the launch of Hina Matsuri: Celebrating Girls’ Day in Japan, our latest exhibition that looks at the history of this spring festival and how it is celebrated in contemporary public culture using images and video.

Japan has the only official ‘Girls’ Day’ in the world — dedicated to honoring girls, their health, happiness, and successful futures — an idea that should be celebrated by everyone everyday.

Come visit Girl Museum and see the show.
Don't forget to tell your friends!

We are always open and always free.

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