Edo Nishiki is an everyday incense with a subtly sweet, tart fragrance of fruit layered alongside crisp cinnamon and refreshing vanilla, creating an exquisite sensation.
The stylish box holds approximately 220 sticks made of compressed binchotan charcoal powder and fragrance, for a low-smoke burn of about 25 minutes per stick.
Before Tokyo existed, Edo flourished during the early 19th century. "Nishiki" is a reference to the brocade pattern that emerged in its samurai society, where people expressed themselves with unique patterns and colors, while following strict dress codes. As you may notice, these designs are still seen in modern times.