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Give your Christmas Tree a Special Scent with Japanese Fallen Leaf Incense Ornaments

The scented "fallen leaves" incense provide a creative and beautiful way to enjoy pleasant aromas, and even works as decoration.

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Founded in 1893, incense maker Kunjudo embodies the rich and constantly evolving incense making tradition of Awaji Island.

A highlight of the skilled artisans preserving and creatively reinvigorating the company's 120 years of craft has been the very popular HA KO (a combination of the Japanese words for "leaf" and "incense"), elegant and fragrant paper leaf-shaped incense.

The scented "fallen leaves" provide a creative and beautiful way to enjoy pleasant aromas, and even work as decoration, and are available to order online from Grape Shop in a variety of aromas and colors.

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Now as a scented seasonal treat, HA KO is available as a fragrant ornament to decorate Christmas trees!

Christmas tree glows with the season and scents of incense.

The rest of the article can be viewed on our partner’s website, grape Japan at “Give your Christmas tree a special scent with Japanese fallen leaf incense ornaments.”


Author: Grape Japan

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