March 3rd is Doll Festival Day or Girls' Day, the traditional Japanese festival held to wish girls both health and growth.
This family event originally began in the Edo era and is referred to as the Doll's Festival because families of girls display a set of dolls representing the emperor, empress, their servants, miniature furniture, and so forth, on a five or seven-tiered stand.
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