Edonishiki Tsuya Incense
Edonishiki Tsuya incense is a Japanese incense made by Nippon Kodo. The fragrance of the incense is complex, featuring a silky, tart aroma with a sweet powdery scent. It has got notes of vanilla and cloves and was the scent that was inspired by Japanese Sumo wrestlers who used a wax called Bintsuke abura in their hair.
Made from Japanese Binchō-tan charcoal, it is an all natural incense without a bamboo stick core which helps to provide less smoke once lit. The beautifully decorative packaging takes inspiration from the Edo period in Japan; its soft pink Edo Komon design reflects the traditional repetitive patterns that popularised Samurai society during that time.
Approximately 220 incense sticks with an individual burn time of 30 minutes.