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A woman looks at Edo furin, or glass wind chime hanging from a portable wooden frame in the chic Ginza district in Tokyo, Japan. The chimes, which date back more than 200 years in Japan, were traditionally carried around town dangling from  bamboo poles by sellers. Sasaki is one of a few people who continue this trend.A customer admires Edo furin, or glass wind chimes, displayed on a wooden frame by seller Yoshitomo Sasaki in the chic Ginza district in Tokyo, Japan. The chimes, which date back more than 300 years in Japan, were traditionally carried around town dangling from  bamboo poles by sellers. Sasaki is one of a few people who continue this trend.