Okokan is a wooden necklace (keroncong) that is usually hung in the neck of a cow as a pride. Small okokan is made with big size of 90 cm even bigger. If Okokan is rocked out then, it produce the loud sound and rumbles if it is played in a gang. In writing, there are no inscriptions or lontar that write about the history of the Okokan tradition. However, local people have believed for generations that the tradition has existed since 1960. At that time, local people of Kediri Village sustain an illness or called kabrebehan (disaster). This disaster (Kabrebehan) attacks local people at all of ages from children to adults. The disease also varies, without a definite cause, there are even people who die suddenly.
Location : Kerambitan Village, Tabanan Regency