At Maruyoshi wind chimes, four family members mainly manufacture Edo wind chimes. About 12,000 pieces are made by hand by craftsmen a year.
The Edo wind chimes we make continue to be made using technology that has been passed down from Kyoho (300 years ago) in the Edo period to the present day.
We continue to make this wind chime so that you can feel the time when it is displayed in your house and heals your heart as much as possible.
This wind chime technique is one of the oldest techniques in Japanese glass crafts, and is inherited by only two houses in Japan.
At Maruyoshi Fuurin, many customers can enjoy the production experience every year. Among them, students such as elementary school students, junior high school students, high school students, and Japanese language schools often come in groups.
With this Edo Fuurin Workshop
The fun of making things
Think about what you made
you can feel the creator'sthoughts as a sound from what you made.
I want you to realize such things.
In this wind chime festival, various wind chimes gathered from all over Japan are sold. Many wind chimes will heal the visitors here.
Originally, wind chimes are used to enjoy the wind with their tone on a hot summer day.
It also means keeping bad things away from the sound. Among them, we are in charge of the main `Apotropaic Magic`.
People who come to Kawasaki Daishi with various thoughts and visit will buy this Daruma wind chime and go home.
I make it with all my heart so that my wish will come true and I will be able to spend the year safely.
There is a saying that when the wind blows in the precincts of this shrine, it means that God has come out.
At this time, the `matchmaking wind chimes`produced by our company play a major role in decorating many wind chimes and notifying those who worship with the sound of the wind chimes.
`Rim` is not only connected with a lover, but also with various connections such as work ties.
In making this wind chime, we also devote ourselves to making it.
This matchmaking wind chime is also distributed (sold) to those who visit Hikawa Shrine.