Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Hina Matsuri is on March 3rd, a day called Momo no Sekku It's a festival held for young girls My mother displays hina dolls for Yuka* every year *his sister These dolls protect young girls from disease and accidents... ...by drawing the ills and bad luck out from the girls, and suffering in place of them So, these dolls are displayed to help girls grow healthily and happily Usually we begin displaying them once setsubun* is finished... *the day before spring ...so the beginning of spring, about February 4th, or at the latest the 24th [They are displayed until March 3rd...] [...the day of Hina Matsuri] Our hina dolls are made in Kyoto... ...and we don't really know why, but Odairi-sama's [the emperor]... ...well, the man and the woman's* seats are reversed *Ohina-sama Well, since our dolls are Kyosei... ...which means made in Kyoto... Odairi-sama and Ohina-sama's places are switched Normally it's the opposite Hishi-mochi* *diamond-shaped rice cakes Well, this isn't the real thing How do you call that? Imitation? Model? Usually you display real mochi, but... Kyoto... Kyosei means Kyoto-sei*, right? *made in Kyoto Hina Hina dolls When Yuka was little... Did I wear it? No, you didn't How old was she when... On her first Hina Matsuri So when she was a baby When she was small, really young... Probably her first Hina Matsuri... [she wore one] There are seven steps Are there really seven steps there? 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7... This one has two There is a song... ...about Hina Matsuri Congratulations O-Hina Matsuri Yuka Please sit down, please sit SIT! All right! She sat!