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
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Woodstock Chimes offers a unique variety of high quality, affordable musical gifts from around the world that inspire, entertain and bring pleasure to people of all ages. We design and sell the world-famous Woodstock Chimes and distribute a line of award-winning musical instruments and toys called the Woodstock Music Collection. Established in 1979 by Garry and Diane Kvistad, WPI is a family-owned business located in New YorkÂs beautiful Hudson Valley. Garry is a professional musician who tours and records around the world. His commitment to fine tuning and great sound make Woodstock products appealing to everyone and unique to the gift industry. We are proud of every product we make and hope youÂll enjoy them as much as we do.
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