Woodstock Wind Chimes of Kyoto

 Woodstock Wind Chimes of Kyoto

Tuned to an ancient Japanese scale found on early zither instruments: This graceful and soft-sounding chime is named for the Chion-in Buddhist temple in Kyoto, which houses one of the largest ringing bells in the world. Sixteen priests are needed to swing the clapper to sound the 74-ton bell! 25 in. Overall Length. Cherry wood, 5 silver anodized aluminum tubes. 1.26lbs.

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