Furin or wind chimes are a symbol of summer in Japan. The chimes are hung outside or near the windows and people enjoy the soothing sounds.
Furin have the shape of bells with a part called the "tongue" in the center of the chim.A strip of papar called tanzaku hangs from the tongue.When the wind blow, the tanzaku causes the tongue to strike the side of the chime and thus makes the furin toll. Furin is made of glass, metal(*Nanbu Furin) On hot summer days,
people hang furin from the eaves and listen to the cool jingle from the furin,helping them momentarily forget the stifling heat of summer. Furin is gadget that the people in Edo(Tokyo).