Black fallen leaf incense comes in three soothing aromas to fill your room 2021-03-22 Mon 2021-03-22 Mon Founded in 1893, Japanese incense maker Kunjudo has been built a reputation of combining the traditional incense manufacturing history of Awaji Island with creative modern twists. One of the most popular products they've brainstormed are HA KO (葉香, or "leaf aroma"), which are elegant and fragrant paper leaf-shaped incense. The beautiful paper incense leaves can be safely lit to burn and spread a variety of soothing fragrances on top of a special felt cloth and plate (lasting between 5-7 minutes), or left out as a decorative poutpurri piece that will give of subtle pleasant aromas for up to 3 months. One of their most stylish entries in the series are these black fallen leaf incense HA KO, which are available in three different fragrances. Focus: Lemongrass, believed to stimulate body and mind with a refreshing scent. Sleep: Lavender and cedar, thought to calm nerves and provide a sweet scent to fall asleep to. Relax: Vetiver and cypress, used to relieve tension with a foresty frangance. Check out the elegant black HA KO fallen leaf paper incense at grape SHOP in the aroma of your choice, where you can find them available in a set of 6 that comes with a safe felt mat to set them on as well.. (We use WorldShopping Global. The grape SHOP page is in Japanese, but if you see the WorldShopping widget appear at the bottom of the page, that product can be shipped overseas) By - grape Japan editorial staff. Tags: Aroma / Grape Shop / Incense / Japan / Leaves grape Japan Art Black fallen leaf incense comes in three soothing aromas to fill your room Related Article Affectionate Otter Squealing For His Human’s Attention Melts The Hearts Of Japanese Twitter Watch Japanese Cat Cafe Cats React Moments Before Osaka Earthquake Makeup by Minions…would you dare to try this despicable eyeliner? Ukai: A Tokyo Restaurant Rich With Beautiful Gardens And Traditional Seasonal Cuisine Japan’s Ghostly Taxi Tour Drops You Off At Haunted Spots, So I Took A Spooky Ride How Many Toy Mice Does It Take To Wake Up A Sleepy Cat? This Person Might Not Have Enough To Answer!