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Mainichikoh Sandalwood Incense | Box of 260 Sticks by Nippon Kodo

(Code: NK107)
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Mainichikoh Sandalwood Incense | Box of 260 Sticks by Nippon Kodo
  • Mainichikoh Sandalwood Incense | Box of 260 Sticks by Nippon Kodo
  • Mainichikoh Sandalwood Incense | Box of 260 Sticks by Nippon Kodo
  • Mainichikoh Sandalwood Incense | Box of 260 Sticks by Nippon Kodo
  • Mainichikoh Sandalwood Incense | Box of 260 Sticks by Nippon Kodo
  • Mainichikoh Sandalwood Incense | Box of 260 Sticks by Nippon Kodo

Mainichikoh Sandalwood Incense Sticks - Sweet and woody Sandalwood with a background of Pine needles.


The literal translation of MainichiKoh from Japanese into English is 'Incense for everyday use'. This sweet and woody aroma of Sandalwood is highly reminiscent of Japan and very popular there - this being one of their best-selling items. This is the bulk box version of the 'short' stick in this product family. This Incense has Sandalwood top notes, with background notes of Pine Needles.

The Sandalwood tree is sacred to Buddhists and other Eastern religions. The perfume given off by its aromatic wood has the virtue of relaxing the body and calming down the mind. It induces spirituality and withdrawal. Any occasion is good to use it, but especially helps internal development, study and meditation.

Karen @ Vectis Karma says "The subtle addition of Pine needles in the background give this Sandalwood incense a special extra dimension. A popular choice with our customers - this item delivers consistency of fragrance and amazing value for money."
  • +/- 260 Sticks in a box
  • Each stick approx. 135mm long
  • Burn time of each stick approx. 30 minutes
  • Approx. net weight of incense is 107 grams
  • Price per stick is just over 4 pence - amazing value!
  • Beautifully coloured and designed box
  • Also available in a 20 Stick small pack - see below
  • Made in Japan

Also available in a 20 Stick Koh-Do* small pack: Fresh Sandalwood Incense | Koh-Do | 20 Stick box by Nippon Kodo – please see the Koh-Do section of our shop for details of the entire Koh-Do range.

Large Box incense from Nippon Kodo offers great fragrances, beautiful looking boxes and value for money. Great care and attention have been paid to the design and production of the boxes, which are richly decorated and nicely themed to match the fragrance within. These will make a beautiful gift either for a special friend or for you!

*Koh-Do Incense– traditional high quality incense, made by Nippon Kodo, in small, affordable and attractive boxes - each linked to a Nippon Kodo large box of the same incense. Try a 20 stick box before committing to a larger box. These have a higher price, but a lower cost per stick.

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Customer reviews
 5/5
Lovely smell.
Massimo B.
 1/5
It doesn't smell like sandalwood to me.
Adam R.
 5/5
Loved the box! Please let me know if you have any offer on this item or any other to recommend after knowing we really like this kind.
Diego J.
Thank you, a lot of the large quantity sticks come in boxes like this one. I am so pleased you like it! We currently do not have any offers but we do have a newsletter you can request on your account. We will send you a private email with suggestions for you. Best wishes, Karen.
Vectis Karma
 4/5
Good quality Japanese incense.
Roy J.
 5/5
Good.
Richard J.
 5/5
Nice scent and efficient delivery.
Aroma.
 5/5
Beautiful calming scent more refined and more subtle than conventional woodstick incense. Heavenly.
David E.
 5/5
Very pleased with this item. It arrived in good time and ordering was easy so overall no problem or complaint from me. I will be reordering again when this runs out. I would thoroughly recommend this product to anyone who required the same.
Paul H.
 3/5
Very pleasant!
Ieva D.
 4/5
A great incense for keepers (whilst waiting for 'officiand' sticks), graveyard and small side shrines.
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Richard J.