Weaving Japanese incense and French perfumery with the je-ne-sais-quoi of Melbourne. Luxuriate in this incredible incense made by Kin North in collaboration with Tokyo Kodo.
- Create a feeling of calm, connection and belonging while filling your space with luxury fragrance.
- Step away from the busy and find a pause in your day.
- A scent that is both grounding and nostalgic. Imagine cosy childhood mornings.
- Features Budda Wood an Australian scented wood.
- Blended masterfully by third generation incense maker with cedar, vetiver, nutmeg, cinnamon and baked fruit fragrance.
- A unique scent that will fill your space with warmth for hours.
- Imagined in Melbourne | Made in Japan
- meditations on self,
- grounding yoga sequences,
- cosy afternoons on the sofa,
- family gatherings
- any time you want your home to smell luxurious.
40 sticks that burn for ~15 minutes each.
Access the secret resources via the URL inside the tin to enhance your experience.
Designed in collaboration with Grasse trained perfumer and third generation incense maker, Tokyo Kodo, Home layers various scented ingredients to evoke feelings of comfort, nostalgia and calm.
Buddah wood, cedar and vetiver are enveloped in the gentle sweet-spice of nutmeg, cinnamon and baked fruit.
Delivered to you in a reusable tin, with a luxurious wrap designed and printed in Melbourne. This incense is more than meets the eye, with a variety of secret resources available to you when you open the box and follow the special URL inside.
Light the incense and place in your chosen incense holder. We recommend a holder made especially for Japanese incense.
Keep away from tiny hands and paws. Never leave incense unattended.
Free Australian shipping on all orders over $75. Read more about shipping here.
Kin is a curator of luxurious incense and accessories from around the world.
- that every day should have at least 15 minutes of calm
- that the quality of our experiences create a meaningful and pleasurable life
- that the objects we bring into our homes should be not only functional, but beautiful
- that artisanal and well crafted objects are worth waiting for
- that incense is the best way to create calm and mindful moments in our home
I started Kin after experiencing a period of burn out. I’d fallen into the trap of defining my worth by how much I worked, my title, and how many balls I could juggle at once.