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Waboku Incense Set

$58.00

HANDMADE IN JAPAN

An assortment of premium handmade Japanese incense in three extraordinary woody scents with three distinct tones.

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Story

This attractively packaged set of premium incense has three extraordinary woody scents - from three different Japanese trees.

The Hinoki (cypress) is a calm and soothing aroma, the Keyaki (delvoka) is a sweet and exotic scent, uplifting -- and the Kusonoki (camphor tree) is uplifting and powerful. 

Japanese incense is revered around the world for its aromatic and wellness properties. 

Details
  • Set of 3: Hinoki, Keyaki, Kusunoki - 25 pieces in each box/ 75 total
  • MEASUREMENTS: 5.5" length, burn time 20-25 mins per incense stick.
  • MATERIALS:  Incense:  Kusunoki Campohor powder, Hinoki Japanese Cypress powder, Keyaki Zelkova powder / Package: paper
  • ORIGIN: Japan
  • NOTE: Does not include incense holder
 Product Care

Always use an incense holder. Never leave incense unattended.

MEET THE ARTISAN

Japan

Kousaido

Kousaido has emerged as a premium incense maker in Kyoto Japan, a city famed for its rich history and peaceful temple gardens.  Each of their incense sticks start with traditional sandalwood and a wide base of scents are then expertly blended to produce the final, definitive aroma. Each has a distinctive purpose - to relax, to inspire, to uplift.

When the Chinese brought the first incense to Japan in the 7th century, along with Buddhism, it was used for medicinal or ceremonial purposes. Today, incense is a staple in the modern home as a de-stressor and a tool to help us unwind.

Kousaido bases their scents on Japanese trees - so that you may experience the joy and peace of sitting in a Japanese forest. More than two-thirds of Japanese territory is forestland and the connection with the forest is strong. The Hinoki is from the white cypress, the Keyaki is the Japanese elm and the Kusonoki, which is known in the west as the camphor tree.