Produced by the Hata Family in Kyoto, Japan, 12 Generations have mastered and handed on the tradition of Shoyeido incense. After nearly three hundred years, the Hata family continues the legacy of their innovative ancestors, offering a wide variety of unique, hand-blended incense. Today Shoyeido is considered the highest quality, most natural incense available in the world. A labour of love, they are committed to preserving precious tradition in the modern world.
Horikawa (River path) Light brown - Sweet and mellow fragrance, based on sandalwood.
Nizyo (Avenue of the villa) Deep green - A traditional fragrance of sandalwood, with a flowery note.
Shirakawa (white river) dark brown - mellow and refreshing fragrance of sandalwood.
20 sticks each pack and 1 incense holder
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