Damp wood, incense, freshly laundered linen — the typical smell of an old Japanese wooden house from the neighborhood of Aoyama. Mysterious traces of patchouli (damp wood), smoked wood (Gaïac and Vetiver), cloves. A harmonious scent of moss accentuates the feeling of freshness.
Created in collaboration with Françoise Caron and made in Awaji, Japan - home of the best incense in the world thanks to its favorable climate, made in a thousand year old tradition handed down from father to son. Incense secret: to snuff out a burning stick, gently squeeze the tip, and set aside for later use.
- 125 sticks
- 30 minutes burning time per stick
- made in Japan
Not available for international shipping.