HA KO Paper Incense - Wooden Box Set of 5 With Incense Mat

$ 38.00 USD

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This special wooden box set comes with five individual leaves HA KO Paper Incense and includes a felt mat so you can enjoy them right away.

Transform your space through the power of aroma. HA KO is a collection of delicately fragranced, leaf-shaped, paper incense that was developed over the course of five years by one of Japan’s oldest incense makers. Each leaf can be used as subtle potpourri, giving off fragrance for up to three months, or as incense that burns for approximately seven minutes while cleansing and deodorizing your space. Learn more about the history and tradition behind HA KO here.

The following fragrances are included in this set:

No. 01 Spicy Jasmine - The queen of floral fragrances, Spicy Jasmine creates an air of mystery and adds a touch of drama.  

No. 02 Agar Wood - One of the most traditional incense materials, Agar Wood eases stress while cleansing your space.

No. 03 Elegant Citrus - Several varieties of citrus essence combine with traditional Japanese fragrance to uplift your spirit. 

No. 04 Sandalwood - With its mature, noble, and slightly musky appeal, Sandalwood increases focus and promotes introspection. 

No. 05 Smoky Cinnamon - Slightly sweet with just a touch of spice, Smoky Cinnamon makes any space a cozy hideaway. 

About HA KO
From the birthplace of Japanese incense comes a new way to enjoy the transformative effects of fragrance. Made from Japanese washi paper, HA KO Paper Incense will infuse any space with a feeling of tranquility, whether displayed as potpourri or left to quietly smolder. Place one on your desk, in your car, near your entryway, or anywhere a touch of fragrance is desired. HA KO Paper Incense makes a welcome gift for friends and family.

Materials: Wood, washi paper, IFRA-compliant synthetic fragrances, felt
Dimensions: 4.25" L x 3.13" W (box)

Care: Always place incense on a non-flammable surface. Do not allow to burn unsupervised. Avoid placing in drafty areas or near any flammable materials. Note that direct sunlight may cause discoloration over time.
Awaji, Japan