Koh En means 'garden scent' or 'garden incense'.
It is designed to mimic a Japanese garden in summer.
A traditional mix of fine high quality Vietnamese aloeswood with a subtle blend of herbs and spices.
Recognisable aloeswood scent, warm and pleasant, accompanied by a complex aroma of herbs and spices.
The aroma is rich and linger for a certain period, in which it continuously keeps evolving and changing. Therefor is not recommended to light additional sticks after another.
Exeptional incense, reserved for special occasion; only burn a few sticks at a time as to not spoil the lovely scent.
In Japan, frequently given to relatives and good friends as token of friendship and esteem.
Comes in a wooden box.
20 gram, approx. 50 sticks (16 cm long)
Baieido has been producing high quality incense since 1657.
Only natural ingredients are used which burn cleanly with little or no smoke and no toxic fumes.
Baieido's incense is like opening a door and finding, to our joy, an old friend waiting there.
In this way it is good fortune to sit quietly, relax, and perhaps sip some tea while enjoying the exquisite offerings of fine Japanese incense.