Edo Nishiki is an everyday incense with a slightly sweet and sour, fruity fragrance layered alongside sharp cinnamon and refreshing vanilla, creating an exquisite sensation.
Approximately 220 sticks made of compressed binchotan charcoal powder and fragance, for a low-smoke burn.
Burn time is approximately 25 minutes per stick.
The culture of Edo (former Tokyo) during the early 19th century was bloomed by the townspeople. One of the Edo artifacts is the Japanese garment pattern called "Edo Komon." This type of pattern was created in the samurai society where people expressed themselves with unique patterns and colors, while following strict dress codes. As you may be familiar, these designs are still seen in modern times.