A wind bell of Nambu Ironware left by Mr. Rikucho Ogasawara, a caster born in Mizusawa, Iwate Prefecture. Its timeless, simple shape and the beautiful sound it makes are what Nambu Wind Bell is particularly good at.
Since 1963, every summer, 1500 various Nambu wind bells created at JR Mizusawa Station decorate the platforms, and they are chosen as '"100 selections of soundscape in Japan" that should be preserved' by the Ministry of the Environment.
I'm extremely happy with all my purchases from your store and the wonderful service you provide. The high-quality products and service have exceeded my expectations. I feel very fortunate to be able to experience and use such high-quality handcrafted Japanese items in my daily life.
J.D. from Australia
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O.K. from Malaysia
Just emailing to let you know the Furins have arrived and they are so beautiful! I love them and their sound so much. I can’t wait to hang them up. So excited :) Many thanks for your prompt service during Covid-19 pandemic. The bells arrived within just over 1 week. Have a lovely day!
E.F. from New Zealand
This item is usually shipped in 3 business days. If out of stock, we will inform you of the estimated shipping date.
Size: About 4x5xH4.5cm
Weight: About 80g Material: Cast Iron, Paper
Price: 1,000 JPY
Produces Nambu Tekki which Rikucho Ogasawara, who was a representative at Ogasawara Foundry, designed. Even after Mr. Ogasawara passed away in 2012, ironware with beautiful design and that is deeply rooted in people's lives are continuously being made.