Lotus du Japon by TOKYO KODO


Lotus flowers grow from the mud to create a clean stunning flower, making them a powerful symbol of transformation and purity. People are reminded that they can blossom, even if they come from a murky roots.

The fragrance of the lotus is floral, powdery and woody, and is mixed with sandalwood to create this feminine blend.

These high-end incense sticks are created by Japanese founder and perfumer Chikako. A unique concept, they combine the ancient art of the Japanese incense, with techniques learned in Grasse in the south of France, the perfume capitol of the world.

Luxurious and petite, this box of incense comes in a sliding can which also doubles as a travel container. Good things come in small packages.

Burn time: 16 minutes per stick
Incense sticks per pack: 50

Materialssandal wood, fragrance, fine natural wood powder
Size of Incense: 7.5cm
Size of Travel pack case: 
8 x 5 x 1.2 cm
1.9 x 3.1 x 0.5 inches
Care instructions: Light for a few seconds before gently blowing out the flame, allowing the incense to burn down. Never leave burning incense unattended.

Origin: Made in Japan

About the brand: TOKYO KODO is a heritage incense brand that was founded in 1935, and has spanned three generations. The current founder, Chikako Perez graduated from Institute of Perfumery in Grasse, South France, which is said to be the capital of perfume. She works with her French partner who has 13 years experience working with perfume in Grasse, France. The two combine the European and Japanese techniques to make a truely unique blend of fragrances. Their studio (see images) is located in the Gunma prefecture in Japan.