KA-FUH - Lavender 120 sticks

KA-FUH #27402
KA-FUH - Lavender 120 sticks

KA-FUH - Lavender 120 sticks

KA-FUH #27402
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Enjoy the pleasure of a lavender garden as a light summer breeze wafts your care away.

Ka-fuh (pronounced "ka-fu") is the scent of blossoms in the wind. Ka-fuh leads you to imagine sunlight filtering through the branches and leaves of a cool forest after a rain shower, as the mild scent of blossoms wafts softly in the air. Ka-fuh is made from carefully selected fine ingredients by incense craftsmen. Ka-fuh incenses use no bamboo core so you will enjoy the true fragrance of the pure incense without the burning wood odor. This value-packed, Ka-fuh incense box contains 120 sticks (approximately 5 inches long) and comes with mini ceramic holder. The average burn time is about 25 minutes per stick. 

- No bamboo core, clean burning, pure scent
- Value pack contains 120 sticks per box
- For refreshment, relaxation, reading, listening music, sleeping
- Very little smoke when burning


Key Note: Lavender
Burn Time: Approx. 25 min.
W x H x D (inch): 1 15/16 x 6 1/8 x 15/16
W x H x D (mm): 49 x 155 x 24

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews

Very relaxing scent when burned. One of my favorites.

Joy Leftow
Very pleasant

I love the incense from Nippon Kodo. The pomegranate used to be my favorite and now it’s hard to choose.

Elena Campbell

KA-FUH - Lavender 120 sticks

Doesn't smell like Lavender

I received 5 sample sticks of Ka Fuh, among which was Lavender. At first, the scent was pleasant, although it didn't smell like Lavender. As the stick burned, it just smelled rather smokey, even though it is a low smoke incense. Unfortunately, I won't be purchasing this one.

Krista Errickson
Burns clean, lacking aroma of lavender

I was disappointed by this scent. I'm such a fan of the line, which burns clean, not too much smoke, aromas are light, but i had no sense of lavender; one of the strongest scents known. It surprised me, as its such an easy scent to capture. Lavender can be tricky, though, if the base notes are captured, and not the more floral. I would say this needs more work.

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