Baikundo Gokujō Hatsuumeko

Known as “the finest fragrance among the first plums,” Gokujō Hatsuumeko is a signature fragrance of Baikundo with a long history in Japan. Made by combining high-quality natural sandalwood, aloeswood, and white musk, Gokujō Hatsuumeko is based upon a secret recipe created to produce all five tastes of the Gomi: sweet, sour, spicy, bitter, and salty. A complex fragrance woven from rare fragrant woods and traditional aromatic ingredients Gokujō Hatsuumeko is deep and rich and leaves a gentle after-note that is calming and enduring.

As a popular incense in Japan, Gokujō Hatsuumeko is known as “welcoming incense” for its profound and elegant fragrance when placed in the entranceway of a home or room. Due to aloeswood and sandalwood’s relaxing properties and ability to enhance concentration, Gokujō Hatuumeko is especially popular among Japanese students studying for entrance exams, giving it the reputation as the “incense for entrance exams.”

Both the Gold and Kiri boxes are exquisite and ideal for gifting. The Gold Box has a shining lively gold wood texture. The Kiri box is made of Paulonia wood and wrapped in beautiful washi paper. 

Product Details:

Key Note: Sandalwood, Aloeswood, White Musk
Stick Length: 5.9 inches
Stick Count:
  Gold Box: Approx. 65
  Kiri Box: Approx. 125
Approx. Burn Time: 35 minutes
Reduced Smoke