Meanings of Hina Arare rice crackers for Hinamatsuri


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  1. March 4, 2022

    […] Hina Arare (雛あられ) – A pastel and often sweeter version of the small rice crackers popularly eaten as snacks. […]

  2. March 4, 2022

    […] Japanese people celebrate with some delicious savory dishes and scrumptious desserts such as hina arare, hishi mochi, chirashi-zushi, and hamaguri […]

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