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Konosu Bikkuri Hinamatsuri 


Hina dolls are special dolls dressed in Japanese traditional costumes.
Konosu City's “doll making” is said to have been around for about 380 years,

and it has been reported as a valuable local industry.
Konosu City is known as the city of historical dolls.
Konosu has the “Konosu Bikkuri Hinamatsuri” that is held every year from mid February to early March.
Hina dolls are one of Japan’s largest decorations in a pyramid shape (31 tiers 7m) and is on display at 6 different locations within the city.








Admisson Fee

Opening 9:00-17:00
Every year from mid February to early March
(Main venue is in the Elumi Konosu Shopping Mall Central Court, connected directly to the East Exit of Konosu Station)


1-1-3 Hon-cho,Kounosu-shi
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Public Transport

30 minutes on foot from the South Exit of Fukiage Station on the JR Takasaki Line


40 minutes from Okegawa Kitamoto IC on the Ken-O Expressway

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