An incense burner shaped like a rabbit? Seems weird but there is a reason top Japanese incense maker Nippon Kodo chose the particular animal as the shape for the burner in its Nippon Kodo Kayuragi Incense and Rabbit Burner Set: rabbits are thought to bring good luck because they are associated with the moon (Japanese folk tales say that if you look closely at the full moon, you can see a rabbit pounding rice). So this is a set with a special meaning and a link to Japanese tradition.
Looks aside, what you get with the Nippon Kodo Kayuragi Incense and Rabbit Burner Set is also a box of sandalwood fragrance cones, one of Nippon Kodo's most popular. The box contains 12 cones and each burns for nine minutes, long enough to give your space a complete makeover and your mind and body a quick shot of relaxation. And if you'd rather use the rabbit as a decorative objet, the cones come with a small metal holder that you can use instead!
Specs and Features:
- Incense: sandalwood
- Incense cones: 12
- Burn time: approx. 9 minutes
- Burner dimensions: 115 x 68 x 70 mm (4.5 x 2.6 x 2.7")
- Incense pack also contains small metal holder