Please see "Ibasen Ukiyo-e Museum" from the right side of Ibasen.
Hina-sama's "Hinogi" is also displayed.
You can enjoy it again if you know the tools that Hina-sama has and the meaning of each.
▼ Lord (male chick)
Shaku: It can be said that it is a symbol of dignity, and it was also a practical thing to attach a memorandum such as ritual setup.
▼ Hina-sama (female chick)
Hiougi: Like the lord, this one also holds a memorandum, but it is said that it became a folding fan because one scepter is not enough.
Ibasen also sells this hinoki fan. This time, a special edition is also displayed at the "Ukiyo-e Museum".
▼ Three official women
Choshi: A tool for pouring sake, which was used as a follow-up to long-handled Choshi.
Nagae no Choshi: A sake set for connecting the sake received from Choshi to a sake cup.
Sanpo: Sanpo: A sake cup and a stand on which it is placed. Only she has black teeth.
▼Five musical accompaniment (Goninbayashi)
Depending on the Hina dolls, this may be a gagaku musician.
From the left, the drum, Okawa Tsuzumi, Kotsuzumi, and flute are lined up, and the singing hand with the fan is on the right.
Minister of the Left (old man, on the right)
Minister of the Right (Youth, on the left)
A military officer in the role of guarding the court. Ibasen's Zuijin is wearing a fine costume. He has a crown, a sword, a bow, an arrow on his back, an arrow on hand, and so on.
It is a charwoman of government offices and aristocratic houses.
Hiogi is a wooden fan used in the palace. It is also referred to as a fox.
Paper folding fans (bats / kahahori) are derived from this and are now used for everyday use as an abbreviation for hinoki fans.