The Club celebrates the Japanese festival of Hinamatsuri, or Girls’ Day, with an ornate display of exquisitely crafted imperial court dolls.
Provided by Yoshitoku, a Tokyo-based doll company established in the early 18th century, the multitiered stand features an emperor and empress on the top platform, with a series of court musicians, attendants and ladies in waiting on the platforms below.
Families with girls in Japan often display their own doll sets—some simple, some elaborate—at home before Hinamatsuri on March 3 and celebrate the day with special dishes like chirashizushi and mochi rice cakes.
Feb 26Frederick Harris Gallery (B1) | Free
Mar 1Bowling Center | Price: see details