Brass, when used to craft instruments, is known to produce clear and beautiful tones.
The maker of this wind chime was founded in 1609 in Takaoka City, in the Toyama Prefecture, which has flourished as a center for the metal industry for over 400 years. In 1916, the company began to manufacture Buddhist altar fittings, tea sets, and flower vases. The simple design and appearance of these items belies a complex and lengthy manufacturing process. Such an elegant design is only possible because of the advanced casting and refined finishing techniques of the company’s master craftsmen. Both traditional techniques and modern innovations are used, and constantly enhanced, to ensure a superb finish every time.
Each shape has its own unique sound.
This wind chime has a wider opening which disperses the sound waves evenly and produces a higher pitched sound.
Slim and Drop:
This wind chime has a narrower opening which produces a sharp tone.
This wind chime has a taller body which creates a more resonant and deeper sound.
When combined, these wind chimes ring harmoniously together.
This chime is plated with silver.