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Miraculous stone sound SANUKAITE My musical instruments. Sanukite, the miracle stone (from the records of Mr. Maeda Hitoshi, founder of the instrument). Sanukite is called Sanuki-stone and made of bronzite, a type of lava with glasslike characterstics. Almost thirteen million and five hundred thousand years ago, lava flowing forth from the northern part of the central tectonic line of southeast Japan became a layer of Sanukite Continue reading. Stomu Yamashta's supergroup Go, and their self titled album.
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Sanukite, the miracle stone (from the records of Mr. Almost thirteen million and five hundred thousand years ago, lava flowing forth from the northern part of the central tectonic line of southeast Japan became a layer of Sanukite. One of the most unusual stones in the world, it is distributed around Sakaide, Kanayama, and Kokubudai of Kagawa Prefecture.
Sanukite is a special volcanic rock that had erupted about 13 Ma in northern Shikoku of southwest Japan. Petrologically it belongs to aphyric andsite. Sanukite is much harder and finer-grained than the ordinary volcanic rocks. Although its density is . 0 g/cm3, its P-wave velocity is about 6 km/s. This high P-wave velocity is unique characteristics of sanukite. Dr. Hitoshi Maeda made the first stone xylophone ( sekkin petrophone) in 1981
Hitoshi Okamoto (岡本 仁志 born 12 June 1976) is a Japanese guitarist, composer, arranger and the former member of the J-pop band Garnet Crow in years 1999-2013, as well as some of his own solo releases. he has used the stage name "Super Light" for his solo projects. As a solo artist, Okamoto writes the majority of his songs by himself, however, fellow Garnet Crow member Nana Azuki has written lyrics for some of his songs
Additionally, sanukite expert Hitoshi Maeda has created four types of instruments from the stones: a kind of xylophone called a sekkin; hanging bell-shaped stones called sou; uncut field stones called rou; and hanging gong-shaped stones called kei. Maeda has been showing off these instruments to visitors for more than 30 years, and says they’ve always impressed the musicians, artists, scholars and historians who’ve seen them.
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