The surprising joy of a Japanese sound garden

Relaxing and beautiful. In the era of technology and clever things happening when virtual buttons are pressed on apps, it is refreshing and encouraging to see that humans can still be motivated to create beautiful handmade works of unusual art.

The melody is Bach’s Cantana 147, and the sound is made by a rubber ball travelling along a giant xylophone, elevated throughout a Japanese forest. Visitors to the forest can buy their own rubber ball to send down the xylophone.

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