In the run-up to Hina Matsuri (Girl’s Day), people traditionally display hina dolls at home — and, it is believed, they must be taken down by March 4 to prevent a late marriage. The centuries-old tradition has both persevered and evolved. Here’s how it played out on social media this year.
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