Doll Festival by the Tokugawa Family in Owari
The Doll Festival on March 3 celebrates the healthy growth of girls and the coming of spring. These dolls have been passed down by the Tokugawa family since the Edo era which lasted for more than 300 years under the Tokugawa Shogunate. They are gorgeous and lovely, and seeing them lets visitors enjoy a sense of history and the refined beauty of the dolls.
Schedule: February to April
Place: The Tokugawa Art Museum
Early spring Nagoya Castle - reported by a ｆoreign student
Travis Olexa, Nagoya Gakkuin Daigaku While most of Hommaru Palace is closed off to the public due to continued construction to restore the building, it is still a must see place full of picture worthy scenery. While walking through the halls of this building I was struck by the immense beauty of its wooden construction. Given its wooden structure, the fresh smell of Cyprus filled the air r...