Kōya Reikō - Incense
Kōya Reikō is the incense used at the main temple of Shingon Buddhism, which was founded 1,200 years at Mount Kōya. It is made locally using natural ingredients such as aloeswood, sandalwood, spikenard and patchouli.
The dry incense sticks have a spicy smell, which transforms into a relaxing woodsy scent when lit. They have a calming effect, reminiscent of being at an old temple in a deep forest. We recommend using them for mediation and relaxation.
- Short box contains approx. seventy-five 3¼" sticks
- Each short stick burns approx. 15 minutes
- Regular box contains approx. seventy-five 5⅜" sticks
- Each regular stick burns approx. 30 minutes
- Made in Japan
Who Makes It
Kōyasan Daisidō is an incense maker located at the foot of Mount Kōya. They create traditional scents using all natural materials.