Utau Meditation Bell


3 in stock

3 in stock


  • Top of triangle to base is ~11″
  • Triangle base is ~6″
  • Wind catcher hangs ~9″ from base featuring a gold bonsai tree silhouette
  • Powder coated with a vibrant red durable outdoor weather finish resembling a Buddhist temple
  • Gold wind catcher with a bonsai tree silhouette
  • Hang outdoors year-round

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Take a quiet moment and meditate to the music provided by the Utau Meditation Bell® (pronounced Oo-tow), meaning to sing-in Japanese. The Utau Meditation Bell will fill the air with a mesmerizing tune, so you can peacefully reflect in your outdoor space. Resembling many Buddhist Temples found throughout Asia, this bell offers a multi-level temple, representing the many stages of Buddhist meditation. The bell is coated in a vibrant red, which is often a symbol in Japan for vitality, energy and the life force in people. The two tones of this bell, soothe the listener with an enchanting song, as it plays in the wind. This bell is perfectly matched with a Golden Bonsai Tree wind catcher.

Each North Country Wind Bell is based on Jim (founder) and his family’s interpretation of the gong and bell buoys in Maine. Because of the wide variance in their tones, their groupings have resulted in single, double and triple-toned buoy bells.

Every North Country Wind Bell is shaped from quality steel which is over 60% recycled! All steel is a “living finish” and will patina over time, but will play for many years to come. All of North Country’s bells are powder coated with a durable outdoor weathering finish. These characteristics make it ideal for North Country Wind Bells, which are designed to hang outdoors year-round, and will not twist, tangle or break.
Quality materials, fine workmanship and family pride ensure that these rugged bells from North Country Wind Bells will endure for many years to come. Even hung far from the ocean, their response to a gentle breeze carries pleasant reminders of ocean swells and the constant vigil sounded by coastal and harbor bells.