Yesterday I went to Ureshino Onsen (hot spa) and stayed overnight with my family.
At the entrance of the onsen-ryokan, there were a Hina dolls set, Musya-kabuto oblject, and nice Kakejiku in the tatami-room.
Even we Japanese can hardly read the broken characters written by calligraphers, though I think the characters on the Kakejiku is "善心" (heart of goodness)
March 3rd is the girl's day (Hina-matsuri) in Japan, and in the most of Japanese Ryokan, and houses where girls live, you can see these beautiful Hina dolls from early February.
Ureshino, Saga, Japan.