This recipe containing sandalwood, patchouli and cinnamon was inspired by the spectacular Kinkaku-ji temple's reflection in Kyoko-chi pond.
If you prefer incense that is a bit more on the earthy/spicy side without sacrificing the traditional subtlety of Japanese incense, Golden Pavilion fits the bill.
Miyako-gusa Masterfully selected and blended clove and patchouli lend a bohemian spirit to this fragrance. 1 bundle of 100 sticks, 5.25" Sandalwood, clove, patchouli Approx.... View full product details
A bum counter is used to mark the number of recitations on your mala, traditionally to count 100,000 recitations (a bum). It is placed between the beads... View full product details
En-mei A supreme Zen symbol, the circle represents infinity, the perfect meditative state, enlightenment. Circle's mixture of high-grade sandalwood, clove and cinnamon creates a subtle and inviting... View full product details