The Japanese Ceramic Goldfish Wind Chime is a traditional Furin that represents the beginning of summer and wards off evil. In Japan, goldfish represents wealth, fortune, and good luck. A group of three goldfish represents abundance, growth, and progress. In the 16th century, China brought goldfish to Japan. Only the wealthy feudal lords and merchants kept these fish since they were considered to be a luxury. Hang it outside to enjoy the gentle breeze and soothing sound it creates, while the paper catches the wind, adding a touch of coolness to hot summer months.
- Chime 2″ high by 2″ wide (bottom)
- Paper is approx. 2.25″ x 4″
- Made in Japan