The incense is known for its anti-inflammatory properties natural. He would also like an antidepressant due to its action on the parts of the brain that regulate mood.
This box ofincense japanese contains 30 sticks, which embaumeront your home for 1 hour each. Elegant and warm, this scent woody invites you to voluptuousness.
Nippon Kodo offers many varieties of incense, aromas, contemporary or more traditional, most of which are produced in Japan.
The incense sticks are classics of the decoration in the interiors in japanese.
After you have insured.e than the smoke released by the combustion of your stick is white (non-harmful), let yourself go to a time of meditation, relaxation or prayer.
Position your stick on a stable and non-combustible in order to avoid any risk of fire.
In order to bring a touch of authenticity and whimsy to your home, opt for our bells cast iron japanese set on the walls of your home or to be placed at the entrance of your home or on your terrace. Replacing the doorbell as usual, it will bring an undeniable charm to your home. The cast iron bell japanese would give a real touch of originality to your exterior by hosting with singularity your guests.
The range's folding as we know it today was invented by the japanese. Thejapanese fan is an object that is deeply rooted in the japanese culture. On the one hand, this accessory is indispensable in view of the high temperatures encountered in the summer, on the other hand, the japanese fan is known for his under art, through the theatre kakubi, the traditional dance nihon buyô and the narrative art humorous rakugo. In japan there are two kinds of fans : the Uchiwa, which means the range with a set neck, and the Sense or the Ôgi, the hand fan. The japanese fan can be of different shapes : square, oval or round, and is traditionally made of bamboo or wood. Often very colorful, the range of japanese sports grounds Sakura, like the cherry blossoms traditional Japan.
The japanese kimono is a traditional garment that is, a real symbol of the japanese culture. It should not be confused with the clothing used for the martial arts. Previously, the japanese kimono was worn by all the japanese and was used as a garment of everyday life. It is now worn for special occasions such as weddings or other ceremonies, and as an article of clothing for summer (yukata). With the exception of the Yukata which is a japanese kimono of lightweight cotton, the other kimonos are usually made of silk, wool or linen. The yukatas are easier to put on and are washable at home without any problem.