Incense - Kayuragi Collection
Incense has been used in Japan for over a thousand years to purify and relax the body and mind. Traditional Japanese incense uses powdered tabu (camphor tree) as a base mixed with sandalwood or aloeswood, two major fragrant woods. Spices and other natural materials are then added for additional aroma.
Kayuragi Collection offers classic scents like Aloeswood and Sandalwood as well as modern floral and fruity fragrances. They are packaged in boxes with beautiful stripes reminiscent of old kimono patterns.
Aloeswood - Prized for its complex, woody and calming scent
Green Tea - Smooth and cool scent of fresh green tea
Jasmine - Light, warm and sweet scent of jasmine
Mikan Orange - Sweet and citrusy scent of sun-drenched Japanese orange
Narcissus - Green floral notes of clear and velvety narcissus
Osmanthus - Valued in China and Japan for its sweet, peachy-apricot scent
Pomegranate - Sweet, tart scent of fresh pomegranate
Rose - Feminine and romantic scent of rose
Sandalwood - Another traditional incense with earthy, woodsy and calming scent
White Peach - Velvety, fruity and floral notes of sweet, ripe white peach
Wisteria - Spicy, powdery floral notes with a touch of creamy vanilla
- Wooden box contains 40 incense sticks and a small square holder
- Each stick is 5⅝” long and burns approximately for 25 minutes
- Made in Japan
Who Makes it
Founded in the 16th century, Nippon Kōdō is one of the most renowned incense makers in Japan. Today, the company manufactures high quality incense products that are distributed across the world.