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An inkin is a hand-held bell used to mark periods of zazen. Traditionally struck three times at the start of a period and two times at the ...
Striker for Bronze Kesu
Striker for bronze kesu. Available for 4", 6", 8" and 16" kesu. ...
A smaller version of the traditional inkin that maintains its distinct, penetrating sound and is perfect for home practice and travel. 2” d ...
The mokugyo, or fish drum, is used in Zen monasteries to keep the beat during the chanting of the liturgy. Its deep, rich tone makes it cle ...
Flattop Mountain Inkin
This inkin has a rich tone and the clean lines of a Shaker artifact. Made with a brass bell and black walnut handle, it comes with an ipe w ...
Flattop Mountain Clappers
Return to mindfulness with the distinctive sound of these clappers, used to mark periods of kinhin (walking meditation) as well as certain ...
Bronze Kesu—Meditation Gong
For marking zazen sessions or for liturgy. Hand-hammered in black bronze, includes striker and cushion. Available in the following sizes (d ...
Brass Kesu—Meditation Gong
Smooth brass bowl used for marking zazen periods or for home liturgy. Includes striker and cushion. Available in the following sizes (dimen ...