Fragrances of nature: winter. Warm bouquet made of narcissus, musk, moss and macassar.
Winds from the north have brought the chill of winter. Birds converse beneath trees clad in cloaks of pure white. The roots of lilies are waiting impatiently for the beginning of spring.
Kazedayori, literally "what the wind tells", is a small collection of four incenses that calm the mind and comfort the heart. Its heart-warming fragrances have been fashioned in the image of Japan's four seasons. The design of the boxes is a work of art by Taizi Harada, a naïve Japanese painter, famous for representing sceneries inspired by popular songs.
This big box is ideal if you burn incense regularly. Its lovely design also makes it an original fragrant gift!
Note 1: the number of sticks is approximate and may vary depending on the batch.
Note 2: this scent is also available in a box of 20 sticks (ref. 2029).