Incensario Yukari Plano Crisantemo
During the Kamakura period in the 13th century, the chrysanthemum flower was used as an auspicious pattern for lacquer craft work and apparel. Nowadays, chrysanthemum is an exalted symbol of Japan itself, appearing on the crest of the Imperial family. It is associated with loyaulty and nobility.
Yukari Japanese incense plate
Like cuisine and medicine, incense is deeply intertwined with local traditions handed down from generation to generation. In Japan for instance, court nobles used to enjoy refined scents through games and ceremonies. The incense plates they used were historically manufactured in Mino province, near present-day Gifu in central Japan, where a thriving ceramic industry flourished in the 16th century. Featuring designs inspired by traditional patterns and family crests, the Yukari incense plates usher you into a graceful and sophisticated realm of timeless beauty.