Incense (Hinoki)

Approx. 60 x 30 min sticks

Made on Awaji Island, Japan — A deeply calming blend of warm and sweet Japanese cypress (Hinoki), sandalwood, and cedar. The rich, high quality fragrance of the Hinoki wood is known to calm the nervous system and slow down heart rates. The ritual of lighting incense provides a meditative reset — an opportunity to find peace and clarity, and to purify the mind and body. Option to purchase with an On Earth Momentarily white jade incense holder.

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Awaji Island incense are made from traditional manufacturing methods, strict quality management, and the skill and pride of the koh-shi (incense master). The superior quality comes from the highest grade ingredients and prized fragrant woods that have been used in formulas dating back hundreds of years.


Japanese Cypress (Hinoki), Sandalwood (Byakudan), Cedar (Sugi), natural blend.

How to Use

Light, blow out flame by moving incense in a swift downward motion, and then place in incense holder.

Listening to Incense

In Japanese, the term “Mon-koh” (聞香) is used to describe the appreciation of incense. It’s direct translation is “listening to incense”. This meaning becomes clear when one considers the holistic values that incense brings us. When we smell incense we open up our mind to all the stories it has to tell. We experience the ingredients and the journeys they made as materials that grew from the Earth — Japanese Cypress (Hinoki), Sandalwood, Cedar. We experience the traditions of incense making from Awaji Island, dating back hundreds of years. Finally, if we listen close enough we can let the fragrance free our mind of the past and the future, and guide us in this present moment.