HA KO Paper Incense - White
A new type of incense made of paper. HA KO can be used in two ways. The delicate leaves function as potpourri due to natural essential oils infused throughout the paper. These leaves are very fragrant, and the smell will circulate through a room by displaying the leaves in a small dish. You can also use the paper leaves as incense. After lighting the leaf, place it on the enclosed non-flammable felt. A subtle scent will permeate throughout the area. HA KO's beautiful wooden container and unique leaf shape brings a visual layer of enjoyment for an incense lover. Includes tan ceramic dish for potpourri display or incense burning.
Includes six distinct leaves scented with spicy jasmine, citrus, and smoky cinnamon. Intended to evoke scents from forest plants growing together.
HA KO is manufactured in the original birthplace of incense, Awaji Island. Awaji Island's year-long mild climate supports the biggest incense production in Japan. HA KO is a project supported by Kunjudo, an incense manufacturing company established in 1893.
4'' x 4'' x 1.5"
Includes wooden box, six natural essential oil infused paper leaves, fire resistant felt pad, and tan ceramic dish.
Be sure to use a non-flammable plate to place the non-flammable felt pad upon. Please do not leave the room or fall asleep while the HA KO leaf is still burning. Scent will last approximately three months as potpourri, or 5-7 minutes when burned.