4,000 wind chimes displayed in hopes of large catch in city hit by 2011 tsunami Great East Japan Earthquake

The wind chimes have been hung at four commercial buildings facing onto Kesennuma Bay and that opened in July. At one of them called Mukaeru, a local designer has painted fireworks on a passage wall in fluorescent colors. Wind chimes are traditionally thought to drive away evil, and the ones on display have been purified at a shrine. Each of them also bears a strip of paper inscribed with a prayer for a large catch. The wind chimes are illuminated at night, creating a fantastic atmosphere for visitors. >click to read< 15:52

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