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Where to get Hina dolls/how much? 2008/8/12 16:24
I would greatly appreciate some advice please.
I would be visiting OSAka and Toyko, where can I get Hina dolls as presents for little gals. So cant be too expensive. Along streets leading to Asakusa? Advic appreciated. thanks!
by Lilian  

everywhere during February 2008/8/12 17:26
If you are visiting in February, you can find them everywhere. If it's just a tiny set of the Prince and Princess without the band or ladies in waiting and all, they only cost very little. Shapes vary too, from realistic ones to abstract ones.

If you are visiting in other seasons, I'm not even sure if they exist.
by Uco rate this post as useful

(^^ 2008/8/13 00:33
you don't need to look for hina-ningyou in japan. you can get Hina-ningy (dolls) at a duty-free shop especially in tokyo because it's popular with people who is visiting japan, most shops carry the product.

by shin0526 rate this post as useful

:P 2008/8/13 09:17
Hiya, I trawlled thr google and found some pics of the traditional dolls, thse days how would I redongise any new design ones? Any good websites?
by Lilian rate this post as useful

(^^ 2008/8/13 16:17
i'm afraid ilooked for websites with pics of the traditional dolls, but i could only find expensive dolls.

↑ this shop is not in Tokyo, Osaka. so use this for reference.

if you purchase expensive dolls, it's too much trouble for you to bring it back to your country becaus expensive items are contained in glass boxes.

Are you planning to go to Akihabara? you can get different kinds of dolls (from 20$) at duty-free shops in Akihabara.

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