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Japanese incense

Japanese incense

Japanese incense gardenia

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Japanese gardenia incense: Can be used in the evening or during spiritual sessions, or simple to pleasantly scent...
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Japanese pine incense

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Japanese pine incense: Calming and soothing, an impression of walking in the moors forest during a summer of...
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Japanese lotus incense

Japanese lotus incense: Born in murky and muddy waters the clean, fragrant and magnificent flowered lotus above...
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Japanese sage incense

Japanese sage incense: Can be used in the evening or during spiritual sessions, it allows to reach a high level...
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Japanese incense musk

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Japanese Musk Incense: Known and used since antiquity, its manufacture has evolved over time because originally...
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Japanese incense

Contrary to popular belief, incense is not a Japanese creation but was introduced to the land of the Rising Sun around the 6th century AD by Buddhist monks. Before becoming accessible and used by everyone, all over Japan, it entered the imperial court where it became a refined art, Koh-Do.

Before being totally democratized, it was first reserved for the elite, the Samurai and the nobles, then intellectuals, writers, artists. Thejapanese incense then spread among the rich and powerful merchants.

Adopted by the archipelago civilization, thejapanese incense was made and used in a codified and ritualized way to make it an art that its users indulge in, just like calligraphy, literature or the tea ceremony.

Japanese incense: refined scents

Unlike Chinese, Indian or Tibetan incense, thejapanese incense is shaped with a quest for finesse and perfection taken to the extreme. Indeed, it is devoid of support (wooden sticks or bamboo) which could tarnish its action. The japanese incense are not very smoke producers either (excess smoke is not tolerated), their scents are both finer and more refined because they must be a whole.

The use of these japanese incense is more ritualized, even targeted, there are incense for the morning, relaxation, concentration, to create a warm atmosphere at a specific time of the day, according to your desires, for universal harmony. In short, so many choices of scents ofjapanese incense so many applications ...