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Leaf-shaped Paper Incense Set

A curated sampling of HA KO incense in a gift-worthy box.

This special wooden box set comes with five individual leaves of HA KO Paper Incense and includes a felt mat so you can enjoy them right away. Each leaf can be used as subtle potpourri, giving off fragrance for up to three months, or as incense that burns for approximately seven minutes while cleansing and deodorizing an area. Place one on a desk, in a car, near an entryway, or anywhere a touch of fragrance is desired. HA KO Paper Incense also makes a unique gift for friends and family.

Fragrances included: Spicy Jasmine, Agar Wood, Elegant Citrus, Sandalwood, and Smoky Cinnamon.

For more on the HA KO line, click hereYou can also view a HA KO leaf being burned here.

How to use: After lighting a piece of HA KO Paper Incense, blow out the flame and place the smoldering leaf on a felt burner mat which should itself be on a flat, non-flammable surface. Each leaf will burn for approximately 5 - 7 minutes.

Do not allow to burn unsupervised. Avoid placing in drafty areas or near any flammable materials. Note that direct sunlight can cause discoloration.

Materials: Wood box, washi paper, IFRA-compliant synthetic fragrances, felt mat
Dimensions: 4.25" L x 3.13" W (box)
Care: ● When burning, always use a non-flammable felt mat on a non-flammable plate or surface. ● Do not allow to burn unsupervised. ● Use caution when handling the flame. ● Avoid placing in drafty areas or near any flammable materials. ● Prior to disposal, ensure the flame is completely extinguished. ● Do not put in mouth. ● Keep out of reach of children. ● Do not use for purposes other than incense or potpourri.
Awaji, Japan

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