This Wind Chime, also called Furin in Japanese, represents a plover bird flying above wavy water. Called "千鳥 - Chidori" in Japanese, the plover are really often represented on Japanese crafts. The Chidori have been described in many old Japanese books but actually the kanji characters of Chidori can also be read as "千" meaning Thousand and 鳥 meaning Bird, the reason is that people used to refer to many types of small birds as Chidori in the past.However, through the years, the word Chidori has been referring to the Plover birds which also gain a growing popularity in the Japanese folklore.
Thanks to its specific fabrication process, the Edo Furin wind chimes produce a very nice sound. Since the drawing is made on the inside of the glass, it won't deteriorate even if hung outside.In spite of the black color, when the sun hits this wind chime it is luminous.Edo Furin has been producing wind chime for over 65 years, they have been widely recognized for their high quality products and the fact they stick as close as possible to the traditional producing method that was used during the Edo period.
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Product Number 3000948 Time Until Shipping 1 day Brand Edofurin Dimensions 8 x 7 cm (3.1 x 2.7 inches) Weight 100g (3.5 oz) Made In Japan Prefecture Tokyo All Material Glass, Paper Alcohol % No