Very cool invention so you can have music at your fingertips. When new musical instruments come from Japan, we all know they are going to be fun. This Japanese Wrist-Mounted Finger Piano is totally fun. Slip it on your wrist and slip your fingers into the little finger thingies and you are ready to rock. But now you are wondering how you will rock? Read on, ivory ticklers, read on! It’s pretty simple. Each finger thing-a-ma-jiger plays a note when you press it on a hard surface. Add three more buttons/notes on top of the wrist unit, and your Japanese Wrist-Mounted Finger Piano pumps out one full octave of fun. But that’s not all. The Japanese Wrist-Mounted Finger Piano has three volume levels and three sound banks. It’s the sound banks that really make this special. Sure you can play piano (sound 1) or bells (sound 2), but what sets the Japanese Wrist-Mounted Finger Piano apart from all other instruments (and makes it wonderfully Japanese) is sound 3: cat. That’s right, you can play a full scale (and chords, thanks to the polyphonic nature of this instrument) of cat. Japanese Wrist-Mounted Finger Piano – a handful of musical fun! For basic instructions, click here. Japanese Wrist-Mounted Finger Piano. Play all sorts of tunes – just slip in on your hand and fingers. Full octave of fun (each finger plays a note, plus three on the wrist unit). I think its a crazy product design but I totally want one!