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We have a set in our entry, so they tinkle when the door opens but otherwise they are blessedly silent. My dad bought them for us so they needed to go somewhere else he'd complain!

In India during the second century CE, and later in China , extremely large pagodas became popular with small wind bells hung at each corner; the slightest breeze caused the clapper to swing, producing a melodious tinkling. It is said that these bells were originally intended to frighten away not only birds but also any lurking evil spirits. Wind bells are also hung under the corners of temple, palace and home roofs; they are not limited to pagodas. [3] Japanese glass wind bells known as fūrin ( 風鈴 ) have been produced since the Edo period , [4] and those at Mizusawa Station are one of the 100 Soundscapes of Japan . Wind chimes are thought to be good luck in parts of Asia and are used in Feng Shui .

Wind chimes are thought to bring good luck in some parts of Asia and are widely utilized in the Japanese Feng Shui philosophy.  They are also a time-honored way to calm and focus the senses.


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