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Japanese incense can be made with sandalwood, agarwood, resin and essential oils. While some are only made with plant-based ingredients, others contain fragrance oils certified by the IFRA (International Fragrance Association) as well as dyes that distinguish one type of incense from another. Out of the many kinds available in the market, this incense is probably the most natural and it meets Japan’s strict health and quality requirements.
The base of the Japanese incense is made from the bark of the Tabu tree. A distinctive feature of this tree bark is the clay-like dough that results from mixing its powdered form with water. The dough can then be rolled into thin sticks.
The incense stays in the factory for several days until it hardens. After, they are packaged and sent to all parts of the world.
Every detail matters and needs to be just right for an incense stick to burn correctly and delicately emit its fragrance.