Olives aren't exactly the fragrance people associate with Japan (being a symbol of the Mediterranean and all), but in their exploration of the olfactory palette for their incenses, Osaka's Kameyama came up with an amazing combination that got instilled into the Kameyama Wayu Fragrant Olive Incense. The traditional incense maker calls it "nostalgic" and indeed, this sweet osmanthus scent makes your mind wander and escape the fatigue of a busy day at work.
The pleasure isn't just aromatic, though. The Kameyama Wayu Fragrant Olive Incense comes in a beautiful box made of beautifully patterned Japanese paper, sturdy enough to use as a container for various everyday items. More than just something to hold the 19-minute incense sticks in, this is a uniquely Japanese item with splendid patterns that can become a centerpiece in the room of any fan of Japan's traditional crafts and culture!
The Kameyama Wayu Fragrant Olive Incense features: