Kai un for luck and prosperity
Kai Un means 'opening the door to luck and prosperity'.
Daikunkoh means 'big incense' or 'long scent', referring to the long burning time (70 minutes) of the sticks.
Baieido Daikunkoh incense lines are officially recognized temple incense which is accepted and burned as an offering by all monks in any Japanese temple.
A traditional mix of aloeswood, sandalwood, campher, cloves and Chinese herbs.
Very warm and distinctive scent of aloeswood and sandalwood.
Thick and dark aroma that still manage to manifest itself in a soft way.
A classic Japanese incense, suited for your daily meditation.
Special enough to be burned as an offering.
Content: 25 sticks of 34 cm length