Furin is a traditional Japanese bell
Furin (jap. 風鈴, character «Fu» means «Wind» symbol «Rin» means «Bell») is a traditional Japanese bell.
Made of metal or glass (sometimes it is also used ceramics or bamboo) is attached to the tongue of a sheet of paper on which sometimes represent lyrics. Usually furin has a rounded shape, but may be made in the shape of animals, sticks, usual bells etc. jingle bells is Traditionally placed at Windows or under the eaves to provide a cool feeling in the summer.
Direct precursor Farina first appeared in China about 2000 years ago. It was called Cenpatico and used for fortune telling. Later, the group of Buddhist priests brought these bells in Japan, where it became popular in the Muromachi Period (1336-1573). In the Edo period (1603-1867) Purina was the most popular and spread throughout Japan.