It's March 3rd here in Japan and I am wondering how many of your do something with your BJD for Hina Matsuri (Doll's Day or Doll's Festival)? And what you do? I'm here at work and for the last two years I've brought some (or all) of my crew to work dressed in kimono with fans and samurai swords for the event to hang out in the staffroom. Becuase of the monetary value involved they don't really go to the classrooms with me. Here in Okinawa the celebration is not native (more a mainland Japan thing), but I think most of my co-workers are appreciative of the gesture.