This recipe containing sandalwood, patchouli and cinnamon was inspired by the spectacular Kinkaku-ji temple's reflection in Kyokk-chi pond. If you prefer incense that is a bit more on the earthy/spicy side without sacrificing the traditional subtlety of Japanese incense, Golden Pavilion fits the bill.
A combination of floral notes and cinnamon for an unusual and evocative scent. Available in two economically priced options.
Created over 30 years ago to evoke the autumnal splendor of Kyoto's Arashiyama district, Kyoto Autumn Leaves is a true classic within the world of incense. A poetic blend of high quality cinnamon and sandalwood perfectly captures the mood and beauty of a fall day.
The precise recipe for Pride of Kyoto dates back more than six decades, but the classic recipe upon which it is based is much older still.
Named for Japan's snowy White River Valley, this inviting new fragrance brings a feeling of comfort and warmth. Devotees of Shoyeido's River Path (Hori-kawa) coils will find much to love about White River.
A fragrance inspired by the image of white clouds in a blue sky. Made from a decades-old recipe, White Cloud's high quality, earthy-sweet scent helps bring a moment of inner peace. Appropriate for casual enjoyment and formal gatehrings alike.
A rewarding melange of sandalwood and spices.
A timeless sandalwood recipe, reminiscent of a fresh afternoon rain.
Moss Garden is one of Shoyeido's oldest and best-loved incense recipes. An impeccable blend of sandalwood, patchouli, and benzoin constitute this mild fragrance, evocative of plum flowers blooming by the windows.