Elegance, serenity, allure and smoothness are the images Jinkō Yōzei evokes. (Jinkō is aloeswood; Yōzei literally means "bright achievement" and is the name of the 9th century emperor.)
Indian sandalwood, aloeswood from several different regions and other traditional spices are mixed to create a full-bodied, rich woody scent. The scent remains in the air long after the incense finishes burning.
Box contains approximately 22 5⅜" sticks
Each stick burns approx. 30 minutes
Ingredients: tabu no ki, charcoal powder, aloeswood, Indian sandalwood, cinnamon, aperture of turban shells, patchouli, borneol, lysimachia sikokiana, and other spices
Made in Japan
Who Makes It
Gyokushodō was founded in 1804 and manufactures high quality incense products both in traditional and modern scents.