Incense, Hana-no-Hana

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Incense, Hana-no-Hana


Emphasizing flowers and historic design elements from Japanese art, the newest collection of incense from Nippon Kodo offers a historical and authentic impression in their newest collection. Our Premium Hana-no-Hana version has a deeper and longer lasting fragrance.

Rose: Sweet, floral-woody scent (Top: spice, Middle: rose, vanilla, Base: sandalwood, musk). Rose is a scent with an accent of spiciness along with tender sweetness of vanilla and a brilliant, sweet, floral-woody scent that is made of high-quality Indian Sandalwood added with with subtle musk aroma. 

Lily: Fresh green, floral-woody scent (Top: leafy green, Middle: white lily, Base: sandalwood, musk). White Lily is a “green floral”, a dignified, green-floral-woody scent made of high-quality Indian Sandalwood with subtle musk aroma. 

Violet: A powdery, floral-woody scent (Top: violet, Middle: floral, Base: sandalwood, musk). Violet is a calm, slightly powdery floral-woody scent that is made of quality Indian Sandalwood added with mellow musk-style aroma.

  • 30 sticks (10 sticks of each fragrance) and a ceramic incense holder in beautiful paper box

  • Burn Time: Approx. 10 minutes per stick

  • Box dimensions: 2 13/16” x 3 3/4” x 3/4”

  • Made in Japan

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History of “Hana-no-Hana”
In 1911, a master of incense-making, Yujiro Kito, created Japan’s first scented incense, “Hana-no-Hana”. A fusion of Western perfumery and Eastern incense-making. For more than a hundred years after it was introduced, Nippon Kodo has continued to make this beloved floral incense. Many people adore the deep and brilliant floral fragrance of Hana-no-Hana.