Kohchosai Kosuga - Tamayura Wind Chime
Kochosai Kosuga's glass wind chime Tamayura, whose root bamboo plays a soft tone. The round shape is lovely, and it is designed by combining bamboo, glass, and linen, which are cool materials to look at, and it fits into the interior regardless of Japanese or Western style. A wind chime that creates a summer-like atmosphere just by decorating it on the windowsill and allows you to enjoy the seasons with all five senses, please choose it as a gift for summer greetings with a little letter or message.
The founder of KOCHOUSAI, Kocho Ueda, worked as the official painter for the 11th Tokugawa feudal lord of the Kishu province. After being given the right to a surname and to bear arms, he was given the family crest of kageaoi design (hollyhocks). His paintings are now part of the collections of Nishihongan-ji temple and Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts. In honor of the founder's talent for the arts, the company "Kohchosai Kosuga" was founded.