Hiba Wood Wild Incense

Hiba Wood Wild Incense

16.00

The Hiba is a slow-growing, long lived cypress tree that is native to northern Japan’s Aomori prefecture. It is one of the three largest tree species of the Japanese cypress family, alongside the Hinoki and Sugi. Hiba trees take up to 300 years to grow into a highly durable tree with a natural resistance to mildew growth. Hiba wood has been highly valued as a building material in traditional Japanese architecture.

Hiba Wood Wild Incense is a bundle of dried Hiba logs which can be burned as incense. The strips of natural hiba emits a unique, cedar-like aroma with notes of smokey wood.

Burning Time: 15-20min

Material: Hiba Wood

Place of Origin: Aomori, Japan

Instructions for Use: Take a stick or small log of natural Hiba wood, light the tip and let it burn for a few seconds before blowing it out and leaving the tip red. Burning time is approximately 15-20 minutes. Ideal for use with matching incense holder, however, it can also be paired with a ceramic or metal plate.

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