Complete hina doll display - Seven platforms - Hina Matsuri, Girls’ Day - Japan
First, top platform
Two imperial dolls (dairi-bina). The obina holding a ritual baton (shaku – on the right because of Kansai style) and mebina holding a fan. Although they are sometimes referred to as the Emperor and Empress, they only represent the positions and not the actual individuals themselves. Placed in front of a gold folding screen byōbu. Between two lampstands, bonbori and silk lanterns, hibukuro, decorated with cherry blossom patterns. Each lampstand includes a lighting system : japanese plugs. Between sanbō kazari, two vases of peach branches (kuchibana).
Three court ladies san-nin kanjo who serve sake. Two standing with serving utensils, one with a long handle (Nagae no chōshi) and the other with a short one (Kuwae no chōshi). The third sitting (Sanpō), in the middle, holds a small table. Between takatsuki, stands with table-tops for seasonal sweets.
Five male musicians, gonin bayashi. Each holds a musical instrument except the singer, who holds a fan.
6. Small drum (Taiko), seated.
7. Large drum (Ōtsuzumi), standing.
8. Hand drum (Kotsuzumi), standing.
9. Flute (Fue or Yokobue), seated.
10. Singer (Utaikata), holding a folding fan (sensu), standing.
Two emperor's bodyguards or administrators in Kyoto : the Minister of the Right (Udaijin, depicted as a young person) and the Minister of the Left (Sadaijin, older because that position was the more senior). Both with bows and arrows. Between, covered bowl tables (kakebanzen) and stands (hishidai) bearing hishi mochi. Just below the ministers : on the rightmost, a mandarin orange tree (Ukon no tachibana) and on the leftmost, a cherry blossom tree (Sakon no sakura).
Between the plants, holds three helpers or protectors of the Emperor and Empress.
4. Crying drinker, nakijōgo.
5. Angry drinker, okorijōgo.
6. Laughing drinker, waraijōgo.
Items used within the palatial residence.
• tansu, chest.
• nagamochi, long chest for kimono storage.
• hasamibako, smaller clothing storage box, placed on top of nagamochi.
• kyōdai, a smaller chest with a mirror on top.
• haribako, sewing kit box.
• two hibachi, braziers.
• daisu, a set of ocha dōgu or cha no yu dōgu , utensils for the tea ceremony.
Seventh, bottom platform
Items used when away from the palatial residence.
• jubako, a set of nested food boxes.
• gokago, a palanquin.
• goshoguruma, an ox-drawn carriage favored by Heian nobility.
The ox-drawn carriage is a music box : the wheel serves as mechanism.
Assembled, the display is 140 cm long by 190 cm wide and 190 cm high.
Each dairi-bina with stand is 35 cm long by 25 cm wide and 35 cm high.
Each seated secondary character with stand is 20cm high.
Each standing secondary character with stand is 25 cm high.
3 parcels. Each is around 20/30 kg. Each parcel is around 80 cm long by 40 cm wide and 80 cm high.
Shipping with parcel tracking:
€50 for Belgium
€150 for Germany, France (except French overseas departments and territories), Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Netherlands and United Kingdom.
€300 for the rest of the world.
- Hina-Puppe, Ningyo
- Gofun, Holz
- Shōwa Zeit (1926-1989)
- Herkunftsregion/ Herkunftsland
- Sehr guter Zustand, siehe Beschreibung
- 190×190×140 cm