For modern Japanese, it's mostly a thing related to funerals and home Buddhist altars but incense-burning has been one of the refined pastimes of people for centuries, back in the time Japanese high culture was shaped in the Imperial Palace of Kyoto. The Kameyama Wayu Green Tea Incense brings back this art, called kodo (the Way of the Incense), with a refreshing new fragrance drawing from one of Japan's most characteristic aromas, green tea - the trademark of freshness and rejuvenation.
Each incense stick continues to spread its fragrance for 19 minutes. And then what? The Kameyama Wayu Green Tea Incense comes in an elegant and innovative type of packaging: a beautiful round paper box that after the sticks are gone, you can transform into a container for anything you want - from tea (which would be very fitting!) to pencils or any other object.
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