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Exclusive Japanese Incense Gift Set | 10 Minute Meditation

Exclusive Japanese Incense Gift Set | 10 Minute Meditation

Regular price $45.00
Regular price $50.00 Sale price $45.00
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Created exclusively for KonMari, these ingenious incense sticks light like a match – simply strike them against the box for a delightful aromatic experience. Marie lights incense as part of her daily routine – hibi means “day to day” in Japanese – to set the tone for a meditation session or to clear the air. Designed with regular ritual and reflection in mind, this incense is portable and easy-to-use – so you can create a Zen moment whenever you need. Made on Awaji Island in Japan, which is also known as Incense Island to burners in the know. 

Each box contains incense in three scents chosen by Marie: ylang ylang, cedarwood and Japanese cypress. Comes with a burning pad for safe burning. Approximately 10 minutes of burning time. Scent lingers for about 30 minutes or more. 24 sticks total – eight of each scent. 

Sparks Joy The westerly winds that blow through Awaji island create the perfect temperature for making and drying incense. The fragrances were created from herbs grown by a local producer using traditional methods.

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Dimensions

4.75" L x 4.75" W x 0.5" H
Includes 24 sticks total.

Materials

Pure, all-natural Japanese incense

Care Instruction

Incense matches are delicate – do not strike as if you're lighting a regular match. Hold the match close to the tip and without burning yourself, strike in a straight line and wait for the flame to reach the incense stick. Once it does, blow out the flame and place it on the burning mat.

If you strike too hard and the incense match breaks or snaps in half, we recommend lighting one half with a lighter. Let it burn and place it on the mat. Take the other half and push it against the burning half – it should light. Breakage is not common and only will occur if you strike the match too hard. Most users don't have this issue.