Eiju Jinkoh Aloeswood
Powerful aroma of agar with a slightly spicy hint of patchouli harmonized with sandalwood. Since ancient times, aloe has been prized as one of the most pleasant fragrances, not only in perfumes, but in anything that has been aromatized. It is one of the pillars of Japanese culture and is used as an offering to the Buddha and for the incense ceremony. In Japanese, Jinkoh means ‘wood that sinks’ and it refers to the agar so impregnated with resin that it can no longer float. It is an exquisite, mysterious and mystical aroma that calms the spirit and comforts the heart. Since 1575 Nippon Kodo manufactures incense with superior quality raw materials, combining its treasured artisan tradition with the most updated technology.
This big box is ideal if you burn incense regularly. Its lovely design also makes it an original fragrant gift!
Note: the number of sticks is approximate and may vary depending on the batch.