JINKOH JUZAN - Aloeswood 24 sticks

JINKOH JUZAN - Aloeswood 24 sticks
JINKOH JUZAN - Aloeswood 24 sticks
JINKOH JUZAN - Aloeswood 24 sticks
JINKOH JUZAN - Aloeswood 24 sticks

JINKOH JUZAN - Aloeswood 24 sticks

Regular price $15.80
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A valued scented wood, Jinkoh "Aloeswood", is used to make Jinkoh Juzan (Aloeswood Fortune Mountain).
Jinkoh is noted as "graceful in nature, willowy in character, with a pinch of bitterness in mild taste" by old textbooks of Koh-Do (The way of incense appreciation). In Jinkoh Juzan, Aloeswood, Sandalwood, and herbal medicines are used bountifully to create an elegant and tasteful fragrance.


Key Note


Burn Time

Approx. 13 min.

W x H x D (inch)

1 3 1/16 1

W x H x D (mm)

25 X 78 X 25

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
Bobbi Steinmetz
Not at all what I had hoped for

I am very sorely disappointed that Nippon Kodo stopped making their signature Aloeswood incense. I fell very much in love with that one back in 2011 and I bought them for a few of my closest friends and boyfriends. This Jinkoh Juzan pales in comparison and its less than half the amount which is silly. I am devastated at the loss of the original aloeswood, it was like a very good friend/lover of mine if a scent could be a lover. That said, if I had never smelled the original scent, this one is 'nice', not great and too small especially for that price.


Very nice fragrance!

Bitter Aloeswood with Herbal scent

Smells like CN herbal medicines at first. Bitter and aggressive yet in a good way. 24 short sticks so not quite economic sufficient. But affordable so I ordered the set.

Ryan Tamoria

When you light aloeswood nothing else matters at that time! Your wife could b yelling at you to other distractions. That all goes out the window. Once it’s sparked and lit, immediately that punch to the face from the amazing smoke brings out your second skin. In that brief time you are in a trance only that you now are thinking wow this is amazing and you just go about stuff in a new you and say ok babe whatever you need. I love it true story btw.

Subtle but definite aloeswood.

I am not an aloeswood expert, and have not yet tried the very expensive ones. I do burn charcoal however. This comes the closest to burning real aloeswood on charcoal, which is a complement I would rarely pay to an incense. Excellent.

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