Tsurigane, Japanese Bonshō Temple Bell
Item description - YO23010143
The Japanese temple bell, beter known as Tsurigane (釣鐘) or Bonshō (梵鐘), is used in Buddhist temples all over Japan to summon the monks for prayer or to indicate the time of day. Unlike other bells, Japanese temple bells are rang from the outside by slamming a wooden beam or hammer against it.
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• Origin: Nagoya, Aichi prefecture, Japan
• Material: Copper
• Age: Early Shōwa Period
• Condition: Good
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|YO23010143||14 cm||14 cm||24 cm||€ 950.00|