People walk past a display of Edo furin, or glass wind chimes, at a main junction in the Ginza district of Tokyo, Japan. The traditional chimes, which were until not long ago carried around town by sellers on bamboo poles, date back more than 200 years in Japan. Today there are but a handful of makers left in Japan, with cheaper imports from Korea and China gaining the lion's share of the business for these popular summer decorations. Shinohara' Furinhonpo has been in operation for over 100 years. The family-run business makes around 200,000 of the chimes a year.