The classic floral fragrance of rose is captured in these incense sticks.
Beautifully presented in a decorative paulownia wood box, the design of which is inspired by Japanese kimono fabrics. A small ceramic incense holder is included too. This incense is known as kayuragi, ‘ka’ relates to fragrance and ‘yuragi’ means slowly wafting fragrant smoke, and is made by a Japanese company who have been making incense for 400 years.
Number of Sticks in Box: 40 Burn Time Per Stick: Approx 25 Minutes. Length of Sticks: Approx 140mm Long. Dimensions of Box: 3.1cm Width x 15.8cm Length x 2.6cm Depth
Incense has long been synonymous with Japanese culture. It was first introduced to the country by a Buddhist priest in 745AD, borrowed from the religious practices of ancient Egypt, where it was burnt at temples three times a day as an offering to the gods.