Jinkoh Juzan Aloeswood Incense Sticks
Japanese Incense: In the year 538 CE, Japanese incense came to Japan from China along with Buddhism. From that point on, incense would become an important facet of Japanese culture. The use and tradition of Japanese incense has evolved over fifteen centuries from it's humble beginnings, to the refined and sensitive art that it is today. Appreciation of incense peaked with the refined world of the Incense Ceremony, called Kodo (the "way of incense'). Kodo is considered one of the three classical Japanese arts of refinement, along with Tea Ceremony and flower arrangement.
FEATURES 150 sticks of incense / 30 mins per stick
DIMENSIONS 15 x 6 x 3 cm, 14 cm sticks
RETURNS If for any reason you're not happy with your order, feel free to return your item to us for a full refund within 28 day's of purchase. See our Delivery & Returns page for full details.
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