This 10 stick sampler is the perfect way to test out each scent in Shoyeido's Daily Incense range. The pack contains one stick of each of the Shoyeido Daily Incenses, plus one of both the Premium Daily incenses. The scents included are as follows: Daigen-koh, Hoyei-koh, Nokiba, Kyo-nishiki, Kin-kaku, Kyo-zakura, Gozan, Haku-un, En-mei and Sei-fu. Item Details - MATERIALS: Natural incense ORIGIN: Made in Japan
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.
Beckoning Spring creates an aura of lush tranquility in any home or work space. Available in four beautiful packaging variations.
An abundance of sandalwood gives Sapphire an inviting scent. Calming and soothing, it is perfect for meditation or for repose in the evening. Clove, benzoin, vetiver and other spices add to this rare gem"s value. 30 sticks - 5.25" (13.5 cm) long, plus a biodegradable incense holder. Approximate burning time: 30 minutes per stick. Ingredients: Sandalwood (Santali lignum), Clove (Caryophylli flos), Benzoin (Benzoinum) and spices.
Sandalwood is the key ingredient in this fragrance, helping expand conscious awareness and opening pathways to the senses. 30 sticks - 5.25" (13.5 cm) long, plus a biodegradable incense holder. Approximate burning time: 30 minutes per stick. Ingredients: Sandalwood (Santali lignum), Borneo Camphor (Dryobalanops camphora) and spices.
Enjoy the elegant fragrance of Kyara Aloeswood. Box with approximately 300 sticks.
Sandalwood and patchouli grace this playful scent, providing a light-hearted mood like background music. About 35 sticks that are 8 3/4 inches long, each stick burns about 50 minutes.
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 begginings, 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.
A timeless sandalwood recipe, reminiscent of a fresh afternoon rain.