Tomorrow is Hinamatsuri (ひな祭り)，a day for girls (the day for boys is May 5th). During this day families with daughters would display “Hina Ningyo” （雛人形）and dedicate peach blossoms to them. They also call it “Momo no Sekku” （桃の節句）for this day is normally in the peach blossom season. This is a day for Japanese to pray for their daughters’ growth and happiness.
The Hina Ningyo are most of the time a 5 or 7 tiered stand (with a red carpet on them). In a 5-tiered set, on top are the Emperor and Empress, the next layer are 3 court ladies, and then 5 musicians, two ministers and three servants.