In Japan, March 3th has been the Girl’s Festival (Hina Matsuri), and the events are held to pray for the healthy growth of girls.
People display hina-matsuri dolls decoration, wish for the kids’ happiness, put up peach flowers decorations, and everyone enjoy the food.
In Japan’s Edo period, this cultural spread throughout the nation. Many songs were sung for Hina Matsuri, even the children’s songs too.
However, there is only one thing, after the hina matsuri festival, people want to clean the dolls as soon as possible.
If the family just put the dolls as it is after the festival, it says the kids will get married late.
As time goes by, such an Edo period’s concerning for children custom still continues in the present of Japan.