Edonishiki Iki Incense
Edonishiki Iki incense is a Japanese incense product developed by Nippon Kodo to represent the fragrances typically associated with the Edo period in Japan from 1603 CE to 1868 CE. Also known as the Edo Tokugawa period, it was founded by Tokugawa Ieyasu and was famous for its Samurai warriors.
The incense is made from Japanese Binchō-tan charcoal, which creates less smoke when it's burned. The fragrance is an interesting mix of fruity sweet and sour, with notes of sharp cinnamon and refreshing vanilla.
The box design features a gray and white Edo Kumon design – a traditional Japanese repetitive pattern popular with the Samurai, who believed it represented strength and self-confidence.
Within a beautifully illustrated box, you will find 220 incense sticks with an individual burn time of 30 minutes, each stick is approximately 14cm in length.