Encens Koh Do SamuraiMuseum
Musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac
Spicy sandalwood aroma. The Samurai used to scent their armor with incense to purify their bodies and minds and create an aura of invincibility before battle. Harmony and balance. Koh Do Samurai is a refined blend of sandalwood, borneol, clove, cinnamon and other medicinal plants. It is often used for Zen meditation as it helps to clear the mind. Manufactured by the Baieido company in Japan, it contains natural ingredients of the highest quality. In 1657, Kakuemon Yamatoya opened a herbal and aromatic wood store in Sakai, Japan. Since then, Baieido has continued to make its incense with the same ancient formulas, which have been secretly passed down from generation to generation.
- Technical specification
Made in : Japan Number of sticks : 20 Duration : 30 min. Scent : Sandalwood and spices Technical characteristics : Japanese incense without bamboo support.