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DOLLS' FESTIVAL February 20 - April 3, 2011 at the Tondaya

"Authentic Japanese Experience at 130-year-old Town House"

March 3rd is Dolls'Festival to pray for young girl's growth and happiness. Tondaya has collected and preserved a great number of Hina Dolls for generation. We display them and offer the opportunity to enjoy Dolls Festival. You can enjoy traditional meal and play Japanese classic games as well.

Date: February 20-April 3

Special Plan for Dolls'festival
Townhouse tour + Special meal + Tea ceremony + Fan tossing game    8,400yen/person

Another plan
Townhouse tour + Tea ceremony + Kimono wearing    7,350yen/person

Other options are also available during this event. Go to our website for details.


Nishijin Lifestyle Museum TONDAYA

Ichijo-agaru Omiya Kamigyou-ku Kyoto, Japan 〒602-8226
Tel. 81-75-432-6701
Business hours 9:00-17:00

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