Tsukimi お月見 (moon viewing) and Kiku no Sekku 重陽 (chrysanthemum festival) are staples of Japanese culture, and have a rich history within incense culture. To celebrate the autumn moon, viewing parties were held where poetry was composed and the company of friends, fine food, wines, and jinkō enjoyed. The chrysanthemum (kiku 菊) holds a special place in Japanese society, representing long life and the Imperial throne. Chrysanthemum viewing parties are held in in the fall where kiku's beauty is admired and sake with chrysanthemum petals floating in it is enjoyed. The following holders, koro, and incense all have ties to the autumn moon or the chrysanthemum and are perfect for use during your own tsukimi or kiku no sekku.