Knowledge about Japan
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DO-REI (DO-RIN) is a bell made of burnt clay.
The old DO-REI was found in ancient ritual sites such as the Jomon period.
I'm guessing that it was used as a musical instrument at the time.
After the Edo period (1604-), the DO-REI was made for the purpose of being a local toy and good luck charm.
That's why the DO-REI has been beautifully painted.
The image below shows Jhanome-Suzu in Toyama, one of the three major DO-REIs in Japan.
The image below shows Mushikiri-Suzu in Yamanashi, one of the three major DO-REIs in Japan.
The image below shows Gara-Gara in Fukuoka, one of the three major DO-REIs in Japan.