Japan has so many festivals to celebrate.
After Setsubun, Japanese start getting ready for this festival : ひな祭り（Hina Matsuri) which
is March 3rd. This is the day of praying for a girl’s health and happiness.
I am sure the super markets and the shops in Japan are full of Hinamatsuri stuff such as ひ
なあられ（Hinaarare: rice cracker),お雛様( Hina doll) and ちらし寿司( Chirashi sushi:
Scattered sushi) right now.
For those of you who think making sushi is very hard, I will teach you the easiest way.
Sushi rice: 2 cups
Sushi Taro：Sushi mix （You can buy at Uwajimaya or Amazon！)
Kinshi tamago: Shredded garnish made from paper-thin cooked eggs.
The hardest part is making the paper-thin cooked eggs but you can just make scrambled
So all you should do is cook rice and add Sushi taro and mix it and put Kinshi tamago as a
topping. It can be vegetarian or you can add boiled shrimp and salmon roe.
This is my Ohinasama. I put them out every year. This is 九谷焼 (Kutani ware: porcelain from