hibi traditional scent | gift box

Hyōgo is a Japanese prefecture in the Kansai region of the country’s main island, Honshu. 

Fun facts:

- 70% of Japan’s match production is in Hyōgo.

- incense blending is a traditional craft in Hyōgo i

So the clever crew at hibi combined the two and created self lighting incense sticks! 

Painstakingly trialed and refined over 3 years, hibi (meaning ‘days’) incorporates natural paper fibres, wax and charcoal into meticulously balanced incense powders, creating a strikable, matchless incense stick which burns safely resting on its own reusable custom pad without the need for a lighting device.

This beautifully presented gift box contains 3 different traditional Japanese fragrances (each with 8 incense sticks) and one reusable burning pad. It comes in a protective sleeve.

sandalwood

A classic warm and woody oriental scent with a lingering creamy aroma. With its enduring significance in many religious ceremonies, Sandalwood is a gentle invitation to meditation and reflection.

cinnamon

Sweet and powdery, this unmistakable spicy fragrance has a nostalgic charm familiar to all. 

Japanese cypress 

From the prized Hinoki wood which is used in temples and shrines, Japanese cypress has a distinctive smooth, dry and smoky aroma, with none of the harshness of other evergreen fragrances. A beautiful unisex choice for those with a longing to visit or return to Japan.

made in Japan

large box : 1.5cm h x 12cm w x 12cm d

hibi traditional scent | gift box

$59.99
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hibi traditional scent | gift box

$59.99
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Hyōgo is a Japanese prefecture in the Kansai region of the country’s main island, Honshu. 

Fun facts:

- 70% of Japan’s match production is in Hyōgo.

- incense blending is a traditional craft in Hyōgo i

So the clever crew at hibi combined the two and created self lighting incense sticks! 

Painstakingly trialed and refined over 3 years, hibi (meaning ‘days’) incorporates natural paper fibres, wax and charcoal into meticulously balanced incense powders, creating a strikable, matchless incense stick which burns safely resting on its own reusable custom pad without the need for a lighting device.

This beautifully presented gift box contains 3 different traditional Japanese fragrances (each with 8 incense sticks) and one reusable burning pad. It comes in a protective sleeve.

sandalwood

A classic warm and woody oriental scent with a lingering creamy aroma. With its enduring significance in many religious ceremonies, Sandalwood is a gentle invitation to meditation and reflection.

cinnamon

Sweet and powdery, this unmistakable spicy fragrance has a nostalgic charm familiar to all. 

Japanese cypress 

From the prized Hinoki wood which is used in temples and shrines, Japanese cypress has a distinctive smooth, dry and smoky aroma, with none of the harshness of other evergreen fragrances. A beautiful unisex choice for those with a longing to visit or return to Japan.

made in Japan

large box : 1.5cm h x 12cm w x 12cm d