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Incense "Umedayori"

Incense "Umedayori"


Fragrance of Sandalwood (Also has a slight fragrance of plum) Plum fruits collected from the ume garden of Nijo Castle in Kyoto (Former imperial palace world heritage) are ground and mixed with abundant natural sandalwood to form the shape of a plum flower in this seal incense. After much trial and error, They finally completed.

The rich, sweet aroma of natural sandalwood with a hint of plum blossoms. We hope you will enjoy the fragrance of "Nijo Castle Ume Dayori" while recalling the sight of the magnificent plum blossoms in bloom and the historic Nijo Castle.

  • Materials

    The main raw materials used in Hayashi Ryushodo incense are Agarwood, Sandalwood, Spikenard, Clove, Foenum Graecum, Cinnamon, Star Anise, Ginger Lily, Agastaches, Patchouli, Benzoin, Mokko, Cuddy Shell, Borneol, Musk, and a selection of other ingredients. The fragrance varies depending on the type of raw material used, the amount (percentage) used, etc

  • Details

    10 Petal Shaped Incenses

    5g Ashes for Incense Burner

    Box Size: H1" x W3" x D2.25"

  • Information

    Made in Japan


    Hayashi Ryushodo was founded in 1834 and has been selling fragrant incense such as incense sticks, burning incense, Kyara, and agarwood in Kyoto since the end of the Edo period (1603-1868).

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