The Japanese Furin Fish in a stream wind chime is rich in Japanese history.
Skillfully crafted in the famous Oigen Iron Works founded in 1852, the high quality and special design of the ironware creates a perfect balance of soothing sounds. The high frequency sounds of these Zen wind chimes can stimulate the brain to secrete stress-relieving hormones.
Japanese cast iron wind chimes were originally used in Japan to cool people down in the summer before air conditioning. Today, the sound of wind chimes is still regarded as a symbol of summer in Japan.
The design of Nanbu-tekki is very simple and very much in tune with the Japanese idea of humble simplicity "Wabi-Sabi". Made in Japan of solid cast iron with a black finish. Japanese cast iron wind chimes measure 10 1/4" wide and is 15 3/8" in length.
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