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Incense Matches Holder
is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
The makers of Hibi Incense Matches designed this Incense Tray. The tray is designed to fit the Hibi burning pad (included with every box of Hibi matches) perfectly in the center.
Tamba pottery weaves together 850 years of history. The Tamba kiln is known as one of the six ancient kilns of Japan and has been in use since the Heian period (794-1185). Two generations of family continue to make Tamba pottery. The unique texture occurs when pinewood is used to fuel the kiln sprinkles ash that melds with the clay and glaze. The clay is harvested from traditional local sources.
3" diameter, with a recess sized to fit a Hibi burning pad.
Made In Japan
After years of trial and error, the Kobe Match Co, the creators of the Hibi Match, arrived at the perfect mixture of paper fibers, incense, and charcoal to create the perfect strike-on-box incense match. Each one of the Hibi matches lasts for about ten minutes bringing delightful fragrances to anywhere you bring the palm-sized box, allowing short aromatherapy sessions for the busy individual. The Harima region of Awaji island has been producing matches and incense for nearly one hundred and fifty years and the island accounts for nearly 70% of the match production in Japan. The westerly winds through Awaji island create the perfect temperature to dry incense; each of the fragrances derives from herbs grown by a local incense producer using traditional methods.