Is there anything more Japanese than the cherry blossom? Most Japanese people will agree that there isn't, but that's only half the truth: the other half being that it isn't just the actual blossom that the Japanese appreciate. The leaves and even the cherry tree's wood itself, even when it is old, are all considered important elements of Japanese culture, and this is why traditional candles and incense maker Kameyama decided to put it in the Ouka no Miyabi Cherry Blossom Incense!
But what gives the Kameyama Ouka no Miyabi Cherry Blossom Incense its titular miyabi (elegance) isn't just the old cherry tree fragrance: it's the combination with sandalwood, a scent as popular in Japanese incense-making as it is everywhere in Asia. And it's also the beautiful cylindrical paper box with the cherry-blossom decorative pattern that you can use as a container after you have finished burning all the sticks. For yourself or as a gift, this is a true gateway into the fabulous world of Japanese incense.
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