Misho (Gentle Smile) | Premium Incense by Shoyeido
Misho (Gentle Smile) | Premium Incense by Shoyeido
Misho (Gentle Smile) | Premium Incense by Shoyeido

Misho (Gentle Smile) | Premium Incense by Shoyeido

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The peace and open-heartedness of a smile inspires Misho, one of Shoyeido's most beloved creations. This premium agarwood incense is one of the most classic and refined scents in this premium incense line.

  • A blend of premium agarwood, clove and cinnamon
  • 100% natural ingredients, no synthetic oils or fragrances
  • Made in Japan
  • 1 box of 20 sticks, 11cm in legth
  • Approx. burning time: 30 min per stick

In the universe of scent, few fragrances rival Shoyeido's Premium Incense blends. Made from centuries-old recipes and containing fine sandalwood, precious agarwood - or both - Shoyeido's Premium Incense transcends everyday incense by orders of magnitude. These are truly the fine wines of the incense world: immediately delectable out of their boxes, and increasingly rich with aging. 

For over 300 years, Shoyeido have mastered the art of combining natural ingredients into a wide range of soothing, evocative and traditional fragrances. The careful selections of herbs, woods, spices  roots all contribute to this excellent quality incense.


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An experience

I didn't buy this from Lotus Zen, as I wanted the other size pack, but the sticks are the same.

This is a strong (you might want to burn only a small piece at a time), multi-layered, agar-heavy incense that demands attention from the 'listener'. If I say that some of the notes I've had from this include burning rubber, engine oil, salt, flowers, and caramelised sugar, you'll probably say it sounds terrible, but it's not. It's glorious. If you like that sort of thing, I suppose. A background room scent this isn't, but then you're not likely to be looking to pay agarwood prices for that. If you like your agarwood, try this!

If you're feeling uncertain, I recommend trying Sei-fu (Fresh Breeze), which is a bit like a lower-quality version of this (agarwood isn't listed in its ingredients but is definitely present). If you don't like Sei-fu, I'd suggest you're not likely to enjoy this.