Which bit is which?
This may not look like the kit that your idol drummer plays, but its a good starting point, and the most commonly available starter kit. Called a "five-piece" kit, since there are five drums. The picture shows a kit as played right-handed. Left-handed folk may reverse this set-up if they prefer (mirror-image of the above).
Centre of your universe, so directly in front of you. Named after the wires stretched across the lower head, which give the drum its sound.
Struck with a foot operated pedal (with the right foot on a R.H. set-up), optional double pedal attachment shown above.
A pair of cymbals, normally apart, can be closed with the left foot (on a R.H. set-up).
Smaller toms are bass-drum mounted, or "hanging", larger "floor" toms can have their own legs.
Variety of size, weight, and the way they are struck, give their types as crash, ride, splash, etc.