25 Temple Length & Grade Japanese Incense sticks offering a burn time of approx. 150 minutes each
These Temple Incense Sticks from Les Encens du Monde are of an exceptional length and thick in diameter - burning for approx. 2 and a half hours (150 minutes). Making them ideal for large-sized rooms, Dojo (training place for Japanese martial arts such as Judo and Karate), shops, waiting rooms, offices and/or long meditations. The sticks ship in magnificent tubes decorated in a traditional Japanese fashion.
Nave is a distinct and noble Incense based on a strongly woody aroma with slightly spicy and aniseed-scented accents. The woody note ingredient for these sticks comes from Cercidiphyllum Japonicum, native to China and Japan. It is sometimes called Caramel tree for the light caramel smell it emits during leaf fall.
As these sticks are very thick in diameter, they are best burnt in a sand-filled incense bowl. Most incense holders with holes for incense would not accommodate sticks as thick as these.
- Roll of 25 'long' sticks
- Roll Weight approx. 70g
- Each stick approx. 360mm long - over 14 inches
- Burn time approx. 150 minutes each (2.5 hours)
- Ships in a tube with find Japanese artwork
- Finest quality incense
- Made in Japan by a traditional incense manufacturer
Vectis Karma stock the following in the 'Temple' range (all finest quality incense): Royal Nave, Swallows in Flight, Golden Wave and Forest of Flowers. Also, see 'Prince of Awaji' which ships in a wooden box and is most likely the finest incense we currently stock.
Karen @ Vectis Karma says "Products within the Temple range from Les Encens du Monde are at the highest end of our incense prices, but from the moment you see their boxes and bundle packaging you'll see their superior quality. Then, when you burn them, you'll really appreciate their superior aromatic qualities."
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