Narimono

A term of narimono changes the meaning depending on the purpose. In a broad sense, it means the musical instruments as its name suggests: narimono means things make sounds. Percussion instruments are typical narimono. 

  • Chanchiki: it is also called atarigane, surigane, or just kane, which means gong in Japanese. Holding it with one hand and played with another hand with a deer horn stick.
  • Chappa: It is one of the Japanese cymbals. It is also called jangara, tehiragane, doubyoushi depending on the size and the district. It is often called chappa in the music of kabuki theater. 
  • Hyoshigi: It is wooden clapper often used to draw people's attention and announce the beginning and end of the something. 






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