First platform on seven-steps-altar display of Hina Doll
- This is the most important platform because it is a only platform which can be called Hina-dolls. Dolls: the dolls of Dairi-bina means Emperor and Empress of the imperial dolls. Decorations: Byoubu, San-pou, bonbori, and the other decorations.
- Dairi-bina are Hina Dolls which means an emperor and an empress doll of the imperial dolls.
- The folding hand funs (wooden, or paper fans) are held by Empress doll. The other ones are attached to Emperor. Emperor has a shaku (a wooden, or a plastic stick). It is said that important/ necessary things for the ceremony were written in this shaku.
- Byoubu is screen panels for Hina Dolls. They are decorated behind the emperor and the empress. Byoubu has several styles which are 6, 3, 4, and 8 fold panels etc. The style of Byoubu produces vouilious styles of Hina Dolls.
- bonbori are Lantern for Hina Dolls. They are usually decorated beside dairi-bina. The lamp shades are called Hoya which has various patterns and shapes.
- These ones are also lights. The decorations of Hina Dolls have either this syokudai or bonbori. shokudai is often used for Kimekomi Dolls because the combo of Kimekomi Dolls, and shokudai is traditional style.
- Sanpou is flowers in vases on the table, and it is put between dairi-bina.
- Hokai are acquered wooden boxes in which preserved foods such as clams are put. They are decorated in front of dairi-Bina but it is unusual. Also, they are sometimes put at the other tier.
- Hishi-dai means the table for hishi-mochi (the diamond-shape rice cake). They have five colors or three colors, and the reason is written as follows. White means snow, green means leaf, the other color means flowers so you can imagine a spring view.
- Kichou are partitions, but these ornaments are just decoration. These are usually displayed in front of byoubu screens and behind bonbori. However these days, they are put behind dairi-bina instead of byoubu screens for small decoration.