Traditional Temple Incense
This high quality, all-natural Japanese incense was originally made for Buddhist temples. It is produced by a small, highly-respected company that still makes it by hand in just four fragrances. Each variety is noted for the very high concentration of the primary incense wood. No dyes, chemicals or additives are used. Boxes contain 5 1/2" sticks with burn time of approximately 25 minutes.
Fu-in Sandalwood Incense
Only pure, old mountain sandalwood from India is used in this incense. It has a slight wet smell with a soft and light sweetness. Burn time: Approx. 25 mins. per stick.
Fu-in Aloeswood Incense
Enjoy the pure natural aroma of this mixture of fine quality aloeswoods from Thailand and Indonesia. Burn time: Approx. 25 mins. per stick.
A new incense made especially for the US market, this soft, smooth Frankincense aroma successfully continues the tradition of crafting high quality, all natural incense. Burn time: Approx. 30 mins. per stick.
Fu-in Kyara Incense
Kyara is the most prized of aloeswoods. This incense allows you to experience the unique "Kyara aroma." Burn time: Approx. 30 mins. per stick.
About our Incense
Incense is known to have a calming effect on the mind. It is customary to offer incense before a period of meditation. Offering incense expresses our intention to let go of our individual, conceptual self and open to our awakened nature.
Incense is one of the eight traditional offerings — water for drinking, water for bathing, flowers, incense, light, perfume, food and music. When incense is lit, its beautiful fragrance expands and increases throughout space symbolizing the way morality, ethics, and discipline become the basic causes and conditions from which the qualities of wisdom and compassion grow.
About Our Tibetan Incense:
Our Tibetan incense is made in Nepal and India. Crafted according to age-old recipes of traditional Tibetan medicine, many of these incenses are said to have healing properties, especially for relieving stress. Others are used for meditation, offerings, and purification. You can expect your Tibetan incense to have a strong, earthy fragrance.
About Our Japanese and Korean Incense:
Our Japanese and Korean incense is crafted in the tradition of old-world Japan according to methods that date back hundreds of years. These incenses are used for meditation and offerings. Most have a sandalwood base while some of our finest Japanese incense have an aloeswood base. The higher the concentration of aloeswood, the finer the incense and the more refined and exotic the scent.