Transport yourself to Kyoto with this unique Leaf Incense made of washi paper.
Choose between the sweet and rich scents of Kimokusei (osmanthus) found in the streets of Kyoto, the woodsy and soothing scents of Hinoki (cypress) and Sugi (cedar) of Japanese forests, or the refreshing and energetic scents of Yuzu citrus.
Enjoy POJ Studio’s original scents with this long-lasting incense. Use it as a potpourri to delight in the aroma for a few days before burning it. Once burned, the fragrance will last up to an hour.
Each pack contains five handcrafted incense leaves and an inflammable mat - wrapped in 100% plastic-free packaging.
Enjoy POJ Studio’s original scents, each pack containing five incense and an inflammable mat - wrapped in 100% plastic-free packaging.
This incense is brought to you in collaboration with the Fukunaga family, a business carrying a legacy of over 120 years. Based on Awaji Island, the region is known for being the original birthplace of incense in Japan.
The history of incense in Japan dates back to an April day in 595 AD, according to The Chronicles of Japan (720 AD) when a piece of aromatic wood drifted to the shores of Awaji Island. With its year-long warm climate and ample sea breeze, the island is an ideal place to dry the incense - a crucial process in its making.