The fresh and tranquil smell of a Japanese forest in incense sticks
Ka-fuh incense has no bamboo core so it is made up of pure ingredients, burning true fragrance with very little charred wood undertones. Hinoki, the Japanese term for the cypress tree, has a scent described as the perfume of blossoms wafting in the wind.
The scent of evergreen branches and leaves is vibrant in this incense. Each stick of this ancient scent is about five inches long and has a burn time of approximately 25 minutes. Whether for yoga, meditation or aromatherapy practices, or simply for relaxation, incense marks and transforms time to integrate ceremony into everyday life. Drawing from Japan’s time-honored traditions and craftsmanship, Nippon Kodo makes fragrances using superior quality raw materials and unrivaled manufacturing practices. Each box, measuring 1 x 6 ⅛x 1”, contains 50 sticks.
The mission of Nippon Kodo is “to bring the culture of incense to the world” in order to “fill people’s hearts with serenity for ultimately healthier and happier lives”. They use the finest materials including fragrant woods and natural ingredients found in the deep forests of Japan and in several Southeast Asian countries to create varied and original scents. Fully dedicated to the practice of incense, for several decades they have offered ongoing Kodo Kyoushitsu or art of fragrance classes to pass down the history and depth of Japanese fragrance culture.
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