INCENSE MAKING - Kit

$95.00
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Experience not just the scent but the act of incense making. This Incense Making Kit by POJ STUDIO includes everything to make up to 20 cone-shaped incense. So great to understand how to make these by hand, you can create your own incense cones in an easy and enjoyable process (less than 30min, excluding the drying time for the incense themselves!)

This incense making kit includes -

  • Incense Powder
  • Cone-shaped mold
  • Gloves
  • Mortar & Pestle
  • Aroma oil
  • Non-flammable mat

This work is brought to you by POJ STUDIO in collaboration with Kunjudo, a family business that has been producing high quality incense for over 120 years. Based on Awaji Island, a region said to be the original birthplace of incense in Japan, Kunjudo produces incense that explores the sphere of fragrance in both traditional and fresh ways.

Choose from the following scents -

  • SAKURA - fresh, cleansing, sweet and lightly woody scent of cherry blossoms
  • YUZU - delightful, uplifting scent with a earthy citrus and pink pepper notes
  • DAPHNE - delicious, softly floral aromaof blossoms on a moonlit night

DIMENSIONS (box) L17cm x W11.5cm x H6.5cm

BURN TIME (incense cone) approx 15mins per incense cone

ORIGIN Japan

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DISCLAIMER FROM POJ STUDIO

Materials in this incense kit may cause an allergic reaction. Proper handling like wearing gloves will prevent an allergic reaction. POJ STUDIO is not liable for any adverse reactions caused by the contents in this kit. In the case of redness or itchiness on the skin when in contact with any of the ingredients, wash with warm water and soap. If you do develop a rash, do not touch the area and consult your doctor immediately for medical attention.

 


Designers Tina Koyama and Hana Tsukamoto connect traditional Japanese crafts with contemporary practice as POJ (Pieces of Japan) STUDIO. They develop incredible kit-experiences, decor and ritual objects by working with artisans across Japan with the passion to preserve and bring centuries-old craftsmanship to the modern home.