A set of spring scents where plants sprout vigorously. The tasteful weeping cherry leaves are filled with the scent of new tea, the Kashiwanoha leaves, which are familiar with Japanese sweets, are filled with the gorgeous scent of Daphne flowers, which heralds the arrival of spring, and the leaves of Sansho, which tells the taste of spring, are filled with the scent of Japanese pepper.
This HAKO Spring Box contains 5 pieces of paper incense, which includes 3 kinds of special “Spring HA KO” that makes you feel spring, and two of HAKO’s most popular scents: agarwood and spicy jasmine.
Contents｜5 sheets of HAKO incense：No.1 spicy jasmine, No.2 agarwood, spring sansho, spring daphne flower, spring green tea, nonflammable felt.
Size｜W78mm x H108mm x D30mm
How To Use：Place the paper incense on a non-flammable container, burn the leaf shaped scent, and the fragrance’d spread into the space.
ー Handcrafted in Japan ー
A new form of incense made of paper, carefully made in Leaf shape, HA KO.
From the long-established Kaorujudo*, which has been making traditional Japanese incense for 126 years on Awaji Island**, the birthplace of incense.
Every day, each piece is carefully produced by craftsmen.
＊Since its founding on Awaji Island in 1893 (Meiji 26), Kaorujudo has carefully manufactured quality incense sticks and incense sticks with the hands of selected incense sticks and skilled craftsmen. In addition to traditional “incense,” they constantly explore new ways of “incense” that fit to our modern daily lives, making use of the technological capabilities they have cultivated over years.
＊＊The birthplace of incense history. The oldest record of incense in “Nihon Shoki” states that submergence was washed ashore on Awaji Island. Surrounded by the sea and mountains, it has a warm climate throughout the year, and as the place with the largest production of incense in Japan, the history of incense is still alive throughout the island.