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Nippon Kodo Kayuragi Incense Sticks - Aloeswood Nippon Kodo Kayuragi Incense Sticks - Aloeswood Nippon Kodo Kayuragi Incense Sticks - Aloeswood Nippon Kodo Kayuragi Incense Sticks - Aloeswood
Nippon Kodo Kayuragi Incense Sticks - Aloeswood Nippon Kodo Kayuragi Incense Sticks - Aloeswood Nippon Kodo Kayuragi Incense Sticks - Aloeswood Nippon Kodo Kayuragi Incense Sticks - Aloeswood
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Nippon Kodo Kayuragi Incense Sticks - Aloeswood

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Welcome to the world of Nippon Kodo's Kayuragi, where fragrance "ka" meets with slowly wafting scented smoke "yuragi." Savour the rich and deep fragrance of traditional Aloeswood, a woody fragrance perfect for burning when relaxing, reading, or taking a nice long bath. Inspired by Kimono fabric, the packaging for the Kayuragi collection is smooth with eye catching colouring.

Exclusively imported and distributed by Saison.

Specifications

‐ Wooden box with sliding cardboard case
‐ Includes 40 sticks
‐ Includes mini ceramic incense holder
‐ No bamboo core, clean burn, pure scent
‐ Burn time: Approx. 25min
‐ Expertly crafted in Japan
‐ 3cm x 16cm x 2.5 cm

How to use

Stick incense are the most popular of all types of incense. Place the incense stick in an incense holder and light the end, then blow out the flame. An incense holder that is big enough to catch the ash that will fall as the stick burns will be best for cleaning up afterwards.

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Nippon Kodo’s products have unique fragrances. These fragrances come from tying together closely guarded preparation skills that are more than 400 years old with the sensitivities of modern perfumers. Nippon Kodo inherited their skills through writings on the mixture of aromatic woods by Takai Juemon, an incense preparer who supplied the Emperor of Japan in Japan’s Tensho era (late 16th century). Perfumers with Japan’s best noses and instincts interpret and evolve that tradition to create exquisite fragrances.

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