This box to the color of the sun contains 300 sticks of incense. What delight your nose for a long time !
Thanks to their fresh scent of sandalwood and pine, these sticks ofincense japanese flavor to your interior sophisticated way. Closing your eyes, you would see forests and wide-open spaces. Invite nature to join you for the duration of the combustion of a stick !
If the diffusers are plug in and forget, you will need to light a stick every time you want to embalm your interior. With the incense, you get a smell more natural. Stressed people watching the white smoke slowly ascending, and will feel little bit relaxed.
Use a incense holders to easily retrieve the ashes of your stick. Your furniture remain clean and you don't need to clean after you burn your incense.
This cute gift japanese will appeal to those who take care of their interior !
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