(Koto of water-drips)
Sui-kin-kutsu was set up at Eikando.
Sui-kin-kutsu is a sound ornament for Japanese garden.
The structure is very simple. A big jar with a small hole on the
bottom is set up-side down on the pan with water.
Water drips from the hole onto the water in the pan and makes
a low sound.
The big jar echoes with the sound of water-drips.
When you visit Eikando, please pour water gently and concetrate
your attention to listen to the low sound of water-drips.
You can hear the beautiful sound like a Koto, a Japanese harp.
Please enjoy the sound of Sui-kin-kutsu. Please click the link below.
Sound of Sui-kin-kutsu 1(Duration:1min File:MP3 Size:204kB)
Sound of Sui-kin-kutsu 2(Duration:1min File:MP3 Size:189kB)