For over a thousand years, Japanese incense has been used to purify, cleanse, and relax. During this time, it has earned a reputation as one of the world’s finest incense varieties.
This Japanese incence is direct-burning incense in form of sticks formed out of paste without a bamboo stick. Each box contains 50 7cm long sticks. Stand in a small bowl with rice or sand
The arrival of Buddhism, which employs incense during rituals and ceremonies, initiated the burning of incense in Japan in the 6th century (the Asuka period). In Japanese culture, incense is very important. Incense is utilised in Buddhist ceremonies, spirituality, and meditation, among other things.
Many of today’s incense enterprises have been around for more than 300 years.