JUTTOKU Lotus Flower Inko Incense

JUTTOKU Lotus Flower Inko Incense

14.00

Lotus Flower Shape Signification: "Pray" symbol of "live in pure"

It is an incense that entrusted "the lotus" considered to be a sign of "living in pureness" and "prayer" to the design.

"Lotus" is considered to be a symbol of "pure" from the appearance of a flower that blooms from muddy water and blooms straight as a rose in the early summer and "cleanly" without being covered by secular desires. In addition, the relationship with Buddhist thought is deep, and lotus flowers bloom in Shinpuraku pure earth so that the flower shines brightly, and it is also said that a fragrant lotus flower will serve Buddha, “Prayer” and happiness in the pure music It is also a symbol of the prayer of "reincarnation".

May the fortunes entrusted to the design come in so that you will be invited to the scent of the incense that is soft and scorching.

Production area:
Hyogo Prefecture Awaji Island (Made in JAPAN)
Main raw material: Indian white egret, cinnamon, natural dragon brain, tab powder
Size of incense: 4cm
Box size: 54 x 54 x 30mm

Instructions And Directions For Use:

  • This product has a natural scent of incense without using a fire like incense. Put it on a small plate, place it in a room or at the bedside, and enjoy the scent

  • This product can be enjoyed as well as regular incense. In that case, please divide it into a size that can be easily ignited and use it with a scent holder. Please be careful about the cause of the fire

  • Please be careful when handling fire

  • Please use a non-flammable incense stand

  • Make sure to keep our of children’s reach

  • Please do not use this for anything other than its original use

  • To keep its quality, avoid high temperatures and humidity for storage

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Incense has been an important element of Japan’s way of life and culture for centuries. Ichimiya-ku in Awaji Island, situated in a fan shaped valley over flat land, produces 70 percent of all incense made in Japan.

Incense has a long history, closely imbedded with Buddhism. Its origin said to be in the Pamir Mountains in Tajikistan, after which it was brought to India for further development. The birth of Buddhism around the latter half of the 5th century BC had a great impact on incense making, as it became a part of the religious practice, leading to it finally arriving in Japan. 

Juttoku was created with the goal of connecting contemporary lifestyles with “Ko Juttoku” – 10 mottos and effects of incense that have been passed down over thousands of years.

Ko Juttoku (10 Mottos Of Incence)

  1. Heighten sensitivity

  2. Purify body and mind

  3. Take away impurity

  4. Rouse us from our sleep

  5. Make us feel at ease in serenity

  6. Soothe our heart any time

  7. Has an unobtrusive scent

  8. Gives off enough fragrance even in small amounts

  9. Can be stored for a long time

  10. Safe for daily use

Let your mind and soul unwind and relax with Juttoku's products.