江戸時代における立雛の服飾表現の意義と役割

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Title
江戸時代における立雛の服飾表現の意義と役割
Title Alternative
The Expressions of Attire of Standing Dolls in Edo Period, and its Significance
Author
氏名 楢﨑 久美子
ヨミ ナラザキ クミコ
別名 Narazaki Kumiko
Subject
立雛
江戸
服飾
NDC
383.1
593.1
759
Abstract

As an annual event to pray for girls to grow up well, the “doll festival” is widely known in modern
Japan.
The custom of the doll festival became established during the Edo period, and is said to have been
such a luxurious spectacle at times that the feudal government banned it. But are the dolls merely
luxuries of exhaustive splendor and wealth? Or, is there some objective in donning such gaudy
attire?
Here, we separated the dolls into the following four types by classifying and analyzing the expressions
of attire for the dolls, based on the diagrammatic image data regarding the standing dolls:
(1) Standing dolls as toys
(2) Standing dolls as the main characters of the doll festival
(3) Standing dolls as juxtapositions to seated dolls
(4) Standing dolls as arts and crafts
Further, the significance of the standing dolls is that parents on behalf of their children for health
and happiness either for several years after they were born or when they were children. Since the
middle of the Edo period, it included the pray for good marriage.

Journal Title
広島女学院大学論集
Volume
62
Spage
39
Epage
57
Published Date
2012-12-19
Publisher
広島女学院大学
ISSN
03748057
Language
jpn
NIIType
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version
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Set
hju