Japanese incense, also known as "Koh" or "Kōdō," is a type of incense that is typically made from a mixture of natural ingredients such as agarwood, sandalwood, cinnamon, and other spices. It is known for its high quality and unique scents, which can range from subtle and floral to intense and woody. It is often used in traditional Japanese ceremonies such as tea ceremonies, Zen meditation, and Shinto rituals. Incense holders come in a wide variety of designs that either hold a single burning incense or can store your full collection. Designed by skilled craftsmen, they even make for beautiful decoration items on their own.