Awaji Shima Senko Kaguyama in Spring Incense Review

Memories of Japan Incense Sticks

This is another incense stick which came in an incense assortment pack labeled ‘The Fragrances of Japan Collection – The Four Seasons‘.

This particular incense stick is called Kaguyama in Spring.

I had to research what exactly Kaguyama was. Apparently it is a region of Japan. It is a bit south of Kyoto. Interesting.

The manufacturer describes the incense as:

Inspired by the soft spring breezes that caress Mt. Kaguyama.

Incense Review

So, onto the incense stick itself.

This appears to be a low-smoke variant.

The stick itself is completely black and seems compressed.

The main ingredient in this is supposedly acacia.

At the beginning, it has a light floral scent, which reminds me slightly of the iris flower. A slight woodiness, perhaps sandalwood, develops later on, but it’s not very prominent.

That being said, I do like the fragrance.

Low-smoke incense usually isn’t my favorite, but this one is pretty nice.

I hope you enjoyed my review!

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