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 this chime can stimulate the brain to secrete stress-relieving hormones.
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. It measures 10 1/4" wide and is 15 3/8" in length.
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