Do you use any kind of bells or chimes as a interior?
Japanese “Furin” are small bells made of glass, metal or ceramic which are hung from the eaves of houses chiefly in summer.
A rectangular strip of paper which is called tanzaku is hung from a clapper, and ancient Japanese poems or verses are written on it. When the tanzaku catches the breeze, the bell chimes cooler-feeling sound. The sound is similar with a bell-ringing cricket, a tiny insect which chirps in early autumn.In the hot, humid Japanese summer, the sound of the furin vibrating in the breeze is, for the Japanese, a puff of coolness.
I want to introduce you a few of them…