Over 1400 years ago, a large piece of fragrant driftwood washed ashore on the tiny Japanese island of Awaji. Locals presented it as a gift to the Empress Suiko, and thus began an appreciation for what we now know as incense.
Named Kin-kaku (Golden Pavilion), this incense features a distinguished scent of sandalwood, clove, and patchouli, and is perfect for an atmosphere of certainty and enjoyment.
Made in Japan by Shoyeido who has operated from their Kyoto location for over 300 years.
30 sticks; 8.75" long.
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