"Ku" is a Japanese paper incense that emits a scent even when it is not lit. It was born
This Japanese paper-like incense can release fragrance without using fire. The Ku Washi papers combine incense and traditional Japanese paper-making technology.
You can use a Ku Paper Tree as a potpourri, tear a leaf to include it in a letter for a loved one, stick it on the wall or in your drawer, or light it up and enjoy it in a traditional incense way.
The set box contains five incense trees with different fragrances (lavender, ylang-ylang, tea tree, sage, and geranium) and a burning mat. Each tree has 24 leeach burning burns for about three minutes.
It is made in Awaji Island, which has a long history in incense making and accounts for more than 70% of the output in Japan.
It comes in three different fragrances:
Sage: A refreshing, fresh botanical scent with a faint astringency and spiciness.
Japanese Cypress: It has a relaxing scent that makes you feel like you are in the woods, which is familiar to Japanese people.
Tea Tree: With a woody scent, it is said to have the power to refresh and revive the mind.
Contents: 1x Incense tree + 1x burning mat included
Material: Japanese paper
Size: H 11.7' x W7.5'
Japanese paper incense, you can enjoy the scent even before lighting the fire. The scent will gradually decrease as time goes by, but if you tear off the leaves and light it, the scent will return. Place the enclosed noncombustible mat on a noncombustible dish such as a plate.