This Japanese incense burner is practical, elegant and has a timeless style. Its neutral colour suits every home decoration. If you wish to burn incense as they do in Japan, fill the bowl with pressed rice ashes in which you will be able to nail incense sticks. Having no bamboo core, they will burn completely without leaving a trace.
Yukari Japanese incense burners Like cuisine and medicine, incense is deeply intertwined with local traditions handed down from generation to generation. In Japan for instance, court nobles used to enjoy refined scents through games and ceremonies. The incense burners they used were historically manufactured in Mino province, near present-day Gifu in central Japan, where a thriving ceramic industry flourished in the 16th century.