A classic Japanese Incense from Baieido - a spicy and sweet fragrance.
Original Kobunboku is an expression of the Plum Tree. The flower is well known as "The flower of peace" from ancient China.
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This Incense is a wonderful mixture of Sandalwood & herbs, producing a delicate, spicy and sweet aroma. Being a delicate fragrance, this is ideal for meditation and relaxation activities
- +/- 25 sticks in a card box
- Net weight of incense is approx. 15 grams
- Each stick is approx. 135mm long - just over 5.25 inches
- Burn time for each stick is approx. 30 minutes
- Known for light smoke when burning
- Made in Japan
are one of the top three Incense companies in Japan and this is a premium product and best-selling product of theirs. Original Kobunboku is also available in 100 Stick, 220 Stick
and 85 Long Stick versions. Please see the Baieido Incense section of the shop for more details.
Karen @ Vectis Karma says "This small pack item in Baieido's Original Kobunboku range is
great value and a wonderful introduction to Baieido's spicy/woody/sweet/herbal lines of fine Japanese Incense. A great item to start with if you're not already familiar with Baieido's excellent Japanese Incense Sticks."
Tips on burning Incense Sticks:
Light the tip of the stick with a match or lighter, then gently blow or fan out the flame, leaving a red ember burning at the tip of the stick. Then insert the stick into the holder. This could be a hole designed for the purpose, or a more open sand area, which holds the stick well and allows flexibility for sticks of different diameters.
Things to be cautious about when burning Incense sticks: Incense sticks are safer than candles – no open flame – but please be sensible; do not burn unattended. Don’t place in a drafty position (will burn down too quickly and dissipate aroma). Make sure Incense is fully extinguished before leaving
room. Keep out of reach of children and animals.
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