Remaining old urbane houses, stores and Japanese inns on the Tomonoura streets open the Hina Festival decoration handed down for generations to public. You can enjoy precious hina dolls dating from the Edo era to the Meiji era.
|Period :||Tomo Machinami Hina Festival (From February 17 (Thursday) to March 13 (Sunday))|
|Venue :||Stretch of Tomocho in Fukuyama City (Main venue: TomonoUra Museum of History and Folklore)|
|Time :||10：00 - 16：00|
|Fee :||Free (Note that some facilities are charged)|
|Inquiries :||Tomo Machinami Hina Festival Planning Committee (Office: Fukuyama City Tomonoura Museum of History and Folklore (084)982-1121)|