Made from a natural blend of elm bark, camphor tree and pine resin, these handmade incense are dried in the natural air for several months before being packaged. The result is a balanced smelling incense with a nostalgic feel, packaged in a gorgeous gold-foil detailed box you'll want to keep out on the table.
The project of OIMU, is the Air project:
"We work with the traditional incense factory that have been maintaining a natural incense for a long time in Korea.
The incense culture that has been put into various forms in ceremony and life has suffered cultural loss in foreign affairs such as the Japanese colonial period and the 6.25 war.
In the end, today, incense has fallen into decay used in temples and memorial services, but in the past there was a culture called 'the incense ceremony', which was a way of enjoying the 'incense society' or incense.
Through the Air Project, We announce the traditional culture of the incense and create beautiful scenery where good fragrance is shared."
‘OIMU Incense stick’ is produced in cooperation with the traditional incense factory that have been maintaining a natural incense for a long time in Korea.
It helps traditional incense sticks spread again, living culture that has once died out and is now regarded only as a ceremonial use, and gives pleasure of breathing good fragrance.