It is the 3rd of March, the day of Girls’ festival in Japan today. It is called “hina matsuri” in Japanese.
上[うえ]の写真[しゃしん]はお雛様[ひなさま] (hina dolls)。2月中旬[ちゅうじゅん]ごろから今日[きょう]まで飾[かざ]ります(= to decorate)。でも、このような大[おお]きなお雛様[ひなさま]はとても高[たか]いし、大[おお]きな部屋[へや]がないと飾[かざ]れないので、普通[ふつう]はもっと小[ちい]さなお雛様[ひなさま]を飾[かざ]ります。
The above photo shows hina-dolls, “ohina sama” in Japanese. We normally have “ohina sama” from around the middle of February till today. But as you might imagine, this type of “ohima sama” is very expensive and occupies huge space in the house (therefore, you’ve got to have a huge house!), so many people would have smaller version of “ohina sama”.
People who have girls in their household do all sorts of things (including having “ohina sama”) wishing girls’ health and happiness. One of them is to eat “chirashi zushi” (a type of sushi). The photo below is “chirashi zushi”. If you are interested in cooking this, this site shows photos as well as its recipe!
NB. I happened to find that this site shows photos of varieties of "ohina sama". All looks quite different but all of them really nice "ohina sama"!