Incense Taiyo - Osmanthus wood
nippon kodo taiyo tankei
"The Taiyo ?? collection was created to pay homage to the pure light of the sun, which is a hymn to life: morning, noon, evening, its light changes but its rich blessings remain, even during the night when its rays are reflected on the moon.
According to Chinese mythohology, an osmanthus tree is said to be constantly growing on the moon, which would explain its cycles!
The osmanthus tree, also called tankei ?? in Chinese, blooms in autumn: its slightly citric fragrance is typically oriental, making it exotic and mysterious to Westerners."
Japanese incense with little smoke
- Packing material
- Cardboard box
- Store in a cool, dry place away from light
- How to store after opening
- Keep away from humidity