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.
Tree size 4" x 1.5"
-Tear off the leaves
You can tear off the leaves and put them in wallets, bags, or on a plate as a potpourri.
You can ignite and blow out the flame before setting the leaf on the burning mat and putting it in an ashtray.