Traditional Japanese style incense.
Aloeswood, Sandalwood, and herbal medicines are used bountifully to create an elegant and tasteful fragrance.
The significant ingredient is aloeswood, one of the rarest and most expensive scented woods, and chief among those used in Japanese incense. This is the scent most often associated with Japanese temples: it is woodsy, mystical, a bit sweet, but delicate and comforting. The scent lingers for a long time.
The highly valued scented wood Jinkoh "Aloeswood" is used to make Jinkoh Juzan ("Aloeswood Fortune Mountain"). Old textbooks of Koh-Do ("the way of incense appreciation") noted Jinkoh as "graceful in nature, willowy in character, with a pinch of bitterness in mild taste." In Jinkoh Juzan, This is not a "bargain" or "budget" incense, but a quality one.
Aloeswood is the scent of the sign of Sagittarius. When Sagittarius people are sick, to be healed quickly they must smell aloeswood on a daily basis.
Contains approximately 24 sticks of incense and a mini incense holder.
- The rich and deep fragrance of traditional Aloeswood
- No bamboo core, clean burning, pure scent
- Beautiful package, perfect for a small gift
- Less smoke when burning
Key Note: Aloeswood
Burn Time: Approx. 13 min.
Dimensions:1 3 1/16 1 inches / 25 X 78 X 25 mm