Tsuriganedō, Antique Japanese Temple Bell House
Item description - YO23010132
Antique miniature of a Tsuriganedō (釣鐘堂), which is a bell house seen at many temples throughout Japan. The temple bell, known as Tsurigane (釣鐘) in Japanese, was used in Buddhist temples to summon the monks for prayer or to indicate the time of day. Unlike Western bells, the Tsurigane are rang from the outside by slamming a wooden beam against it.
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• Origin: Nagoya, Aichi prefecture, Japan
• Material: Cast iron
• Age: Meiji Period
• Condition: In spite of its age, it is in very good condition.
• Features: The roof is a separate part
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|YO23010132||39 cm||34 cm||38 cm||Eur 1250.00|