Slim Wind Chime

Sale price Price $110.00 Regular price

This wind chime has been designed to have a more slim opening that allows it to concentrate the sound and produce a slightly lower pitch sound. This wind chime not only sounds phenomenal but also has been meticulously designed to be aesthetically pleasing wherever you hang it from. As a gentle breeze hits the wind chime, you will get to enjoy the soft and calming sounds it produces.

The history of wind chimes in Japan:

A furin is a small Japanese wind chime, which is traditionally hung from the eaves of a house during the summer. The beautiful soothing sounds of Furin, or wind chimes are a symbol of summer in Japan, and are thought to have originated in China, and then arrived in Japan with Buddhism.

At the time it was believed that the sound of the chimes warded off evil spirits (and epidemics) and bought positive energy into the home.

The chimes are hung outside, or near the windows and people enjoy the soothing sounds they make when the wind blows. Many believe that the sound of the wind is a form of nature therapy, and that wind chimes can promote a relaxed, settled feeling.


• 1.6" Ø x 5" H

• Brass

• After use, wipe it with a soft cloth
• If dirt is noticeable, wash with a soft sponge and neutral detergent, then wipe it down with a dry cloth.
• Do not use any wire brush or abrasive brushes, as it may scratch the surface.
• The paper strips are made of water-resistant Japanese paper, but are not completely waterproof.

• Toyama, Japan

About the Brand:

Nousaku was founded in 1916, inheriting a traditional casting technique that has been passed down through multiple generations for over 400 years in Takaoka, Japan. Originally manufacturing Buddhist ritual objects, items for tea ceremony and flower vases made of brass and bronze, they have recently started to manufacture tableware, incense holders and many other interior design items. Nousaku makes consistently high-quality brass and bronze products that marry its casting techniques inherited from the days of old with a modern design.