For a company with a history going back to the late 16th century (it was founded in 1575), the year 1911 is considered "recent." For the rest of us, that Nippon Kodo's Hana no Hana series is over 100 years old is amazing. And if you light one of the coils in the Nippon Kodo Hana no Hana Triple Floral Incense Set, you'll understand that it isn't just about the long history or the art nouveau packaging that brings to mind the era when Japan first met the modern West: these fragrances are really exquisite!
The three fragrances in the Nippon Kodo Hana no Hana Triple Floral Incense Set have a base note of sandalwood and musk, but over them come notes of lily, rose, and violet that Nippon Kodo's master craftsman created back in 1911 in his effort to mix traditional Japanese incense-making and Western perfumery. They come in 56 x 48 mm (2.2 x 1.8") coils that last for two hours and will linger faintly even after they have burned completely. If you're having guests, light them before they arrive for a subtle, discreet aroma that gives your space a fairy-tale atmosphere!
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