Nippon Kodo


Nippon Kodo's devotion to making fine incense follows a long and honored tradition that started more than 400 years ago and can be traced back to Jyuemon Takai, better known as Koju, a skilled artisan in the art and the principal provider of precious rare and exquisite aromas to the Emperor of Japan and his Court.



AROMA BLISS
AROMA BLISS

SCENTS
SCENTS

Itten
Itten

Cast Iron Incense Holders
Cast Iron Incense Holders

Esteban
Esteban

 FM   (Fragrance Memories)
FM (Fragrance Memories)

Yume - no - Yume (The Dream of Dream)
Yume - no - Yume (The Dream of Dream)

Morning Star
Morning Star

Manichi - Koh  /  Seiun / DAIGEN-KOH
Manichi - Koh / Seiun / DAIGEN-KOH

Hana - no - Hana / Cho - Cho - San
Hana - no - Hana / Cho - Cho - San

Granulated Sandalwood
Granulated Sandalwood

Ka-fuh (Less Smoke)
Ka-fuh (Less Smoke)

Roll Incense
Roll Incense

Exceptional Quality
Exceptional Quality

Yukari  (Incense Burner) & others
Yukari (Incense Burner) & others

Kayuragi
Kayuragi

NATURENSE
NATURENSE

FLORAL (LESS SMOKE)
FLORAL (LESS SMOKE)

Kohden
Kohden

Ceremony
Ceremony

Cafe Time Incense
Cafe Time Incense

Ceramic Burner
Ceramic Burner

surfboard
surfboard

HERB & EARTH - Bamboo Stick Incense
HERB & EARTH - Bamboo Stick Incense

oedo
oedo

Cast Iron Incense Holders
Cast Iron Incense Holders

Itten
Itten

SCENTS
SCENTS

AROMA BLISS
AROMA BLISS


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