The sound of the Kokiriko is often described as being like Dominos falling. A traditional instrument from Japan, it is played by creating an arc shape and moving the arms up and down. This causes the slats to clack together in rapid succession. This piece of percussion traditionally has a band of leather on the back to hold it together. The A-star range has no such material. This helps to make them more robust and lower maintenance.


Hardwood Kokiriko

Traditional Japanese hardwood Kokiriko

Perfect for school percussion workshops

Can create numerous effects and rhythms



Small hands Clatterpillar

Made of robust, durable plastic

Smooth to hold

Produces a crisp sound

Small and light, perfect for early years



Looking for something else? No problem!

We can create bespoke packs, perfect for any sized class.
Just email education@normans.co.uk to find out more.
*Prices correct as of March 2020