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In the year 538 CE, Japanese incense came to Japan from China along with Buddhism. From that point on, incense would become an important facet of Japanese culture. The use and tradition of Japanese incense has evolved over fifteen centuries from it’s humble begginings, to the refined and sensitive art that it is today. Appreciation of incense peaked with the refined world of the Incense Ceremony, called Kodo (the “way of incense’). Kodo is considered one of the three classical Japanese arts of refinement, along with Tea Ceremony and flower arrangement.
The precise recipe for Pride of Kyoto dates back more than six decades, but the classic recipe upon which it is based is much older still
Today, it continues to tantalize the senses with its perfect blend of premium, natural aromatics
Aloeswood, spikenard, Clove, Benzoin, and other spices are expertly blended to create a magnificent fragrance
37 incense sticks, each 18cm in length and lasting for 40 minutes