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Japanese Incense

Kōdō (香道, "Way of Incense")Incense burning is an example of Geido (art), aimed at enjoying incense while meditating in a quiet world away from the pressures of daily life, and to appreciate the fragrance rising from Koboku (fragrant wood) burned ("taku" in Japanese) according to traditional rituals.

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Japanese mosquito coil....beautifulest thing OMG! i love these. Very rarely do I see one.

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Japanese Incense burner

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Koh-ro, Japanese Incense Burner|香炉 --I like the shape

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Kutani Porcelain Japanese incense burner Kosen hon aotibu H14.5cm

Kutani Porcelain Japanese Incense Burner Kosen HON Aotibu H14 5cm | eBay

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Incense box (kobako), Meiji period (1868–1912) Japan Maki-e decorated lacquer. The decoration on the lid shows Chinese children playing with large snowballs or snowflakes; in the background are a snow-covered tree and waves of a lake.

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Traditional japanese incense burner in solid brass - incense burner

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Early Meiji Period Japanese Bronze Incense Burner in the form of a Dragon Fish, a mythical animal.

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Incense advertising poster, 1911 by Tsunetomi Kitano. Image via Pinterest

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Japanese hardware - incense burner

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