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Like a tea ceremony or flower arrangement, Koh-do, or incense ceremony, is an important tradition in Japan. The incense ceremony is traditionally carried out in the Koh room, with a master of ceremonies, and a small group of participants. Most incense ceremonies involve a game, in which participants attempt to guess which scent is being burned.There are hundreds of variations of these incense games.

Overall, incense ceremony is about having fun with fragrance, and learning to 'listen' to incense. You do not have to be an experienced 'nose' to enjoy Koh-do. The important thing is to appreciate the incense.

Incense Ceremony ...

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