Tea House Bell Japanese Wind Chime



Tea House Bell Japanese Wind Chime

This traditional Tea House Bell Japanese Wind Chime is great for anyone. In Japan, the wind chimes are called Furin because the name “fu” is wind, and “rin” means chime. The Japanese believe the wind chimes represent the beginning of summer and the chimes will ward off evil. The paper is hung from the center of the chime to catch the wind. Watching the wind gently moving the paper in the summer breeze makes you feel cooler in the hot summer months. The gentle breeze creates a soothing sound that is only known to Japanese chimes. The chimes are usually hung outside a window so you can hear and see the chime. Chimes are hung on the corners of the houses for protection.

  • Top chime 3 1/2 diameter approx.
  • Chime 1 1/2″ high by 1 1/2 wide (bottom)
  • Paper is approx. 2″ x 9 1/2″
  • Cast Iron
  • From Nambu Japan

Made in Japan

Additional information

Weight1.2 lbs

5 reviews for Tea House Bell Japanese Wind Chime

  1. Judy (verified owner)

    Very sturdy and charmng tea house bell whose bell has a nice little ring. Thanks for the additional paper tag to ward off evil spirits!

  2. Awen Anderton (verified owner)

  3. Awen (verified owner)

    Love the sound this bell makes! It’s lovely.

  4. Aurora (verified owner)

    Beautiful loved

  5. Lena M. Lucente (verified owner)

    Very happy with product. Sounds exactly like what I thought it would.

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