Kyukyodo Catalog

[This page is for the discussion, transliteration and translation of the Kyukyodo company incense catalog. More coming. With thanks to Arisan and Glenn.]

Catalog 2010.11

Page 2 (high end gift sets)

001 Uzumasa (5 rolls 25cm 57,750) (Nonomiya (jinkoh), Serikawa (sandal), Ogurayama (jinkoh), Sagano (sandal, 012), Gyo (jinkoh))
003 Ho-Un (5 rolls 25 cm 47,250) (large rolls: Haru-no-yama (jinkoh, 133), Natsukusa (sandal), Shiun (jinkoh, otherwise deleted), Akikaze (jinkoh, 137), Huyunoyoru (jinkoh)
005 Ho-Un (5 rolls 25cm 34,650) (small rolls: Haru-no-yama (jinkoh, 133), Natsukusa (sandal), Shiun (jinkoh, otherwise deleted), Akikaze (jinkoh, 137), Huyunoyoru (jinkoh)
007 Senkoh Kunkohkumiawase (10 rolls 28cm+others 47,250)

Page 4 (rolls in boxes)

009 Goshikikoh (senkoh, 1o rolls 13cm, 21,000)
012 Sagano (sandal, 10 rolls 13cm, 15,750)
109 Gyokurankoh (sandal 151, 5 rolls 26cm, 16,800)

Almost identical to set 027 except with pawlonia boxes and one silk roll.

117 Unkin (jinkoh, 5 rolls 17 cm, 10,500)

Aloeswood with a blend of spices and a touch of sandalwood in the mix that manages to be both highly perfumed and very woody in one go. Portrays more of a mellower aloeswood scent with a smooth contour.

018 Kyoraku (sandal, 8 rolls 12cm, 10,500)
019 Hakuhoukah (sandal, 5 rolls 26cm, 10,500)
017 Seiho (low smoke/smokeless sandal, 8 rolls 12 cm, 10,500)
023 Miyuki (sandal 208, 10 rolls 12cm, 7,350)

Page 5 (rolls in boxes)

069 Musashino (kyara, 20 sticks 16cm 15,750) ***

Very similar in some ways to the aloeswood Denpo or the low end Benizakura, but taking those heavy green notes and combining them with kyara for an extraordinarily complex and uncommonly light and evergreenish incense. Green kyara note is extraordinary but may take a stick or two to identify.

135 Kinshikoh (jinkoh, 40 sticks 17cm, 11,550)

One of Kyukyodo’s most acrid and powerful aloeswood incenses that nonetheless manages to still be restrained and sublime with the usual Kyukyodo oil trademark somewhere in the background.

131 Murasakino (jinkoh 129, 20 sticks 17cm, 5,775)
035 Setsugetsuka (3 rolls 17cm, 6,300) (Seigetsu 201, Benizakura 202, Miyuki 203)
029 Gyokurankoh (sandal 151, 3 rolls 23cm, 4,095)
027 Gyokurankoh (sandal 151, 5 rolls 23cm, 6,825)
025 Kosomenoume (senkoh with plum, 5 rolls 16cm, 5,250)
116 Seiai (low smoke sandal 217, 8 rolls 12cm, 5,250)
115 Asagumo (senkoh, 5 rolls 26cm, 5,250)

Page 6 (rolls in boxes)

036 Maigoromo (sandal, 8 rolls 12cm, 5,250)
041 Somenishiki (senkoh, 8 rolls 12cm, 3,675)
121 Katsura (senkoh, 5 rolls 16cm, 3,150)

Senkoh with Ikaruga or Shirohato-like frankincense and daphne like Katsura leaf (Arisan)

051 Shiyo (sandal w/ citrus?, 8 rolls 12cm, 3,150)
050 Mikumano (low smoke senkoh 224, 8 rolls 12cm, 3,150)
047 Miyagino (senkoh, 5 rolls 26cm, 3,150)

Review

049 Matsukaze (pine, sandalwood, cinnamon; 5 rolls 16 cm, 2,100)

Review

128 Hatsuhana (sandalwood, orange; 5 rolls 16 cm, 1,575)

Review

Page 7 (traditionals)

139 Sho Ran Koh (jinkoh, 25cm, 6,825) ***

Review

133 Harunoyama (jinkoh, 25cm, 13,650)

Very much like a slightly woodier and sleeker version of Sho Ran Koh, amazing but duplicative and not as cost effective.

143 Shobaikoh (jinkoh, 22cm, 2,730)

(description forthcoming)

129 Murasakino (jinkoh, 25cm, 17,325) ***

One of Kyukyodo’s crowning achievements, a high end, green aloeswood with all the amazing notes you’d hope for.

137 Akikaze (jinkoh, 25cm, 8085) ***

The third silk roll in pawlonia box aloeswood after Murasakino and Harunoyama. Similar to the latter and Sho Ran Koh but with much stronger and spicier perfume notes, if not a bit of musk in the mix.

147 Kinbato (jinkoh, 17cm, 2,940)

Review

201 Seigetsu (jinkoh, 17cm, 2,205)

Review

Page 8 (traditionals)

145 Kunshikoh (jinkoh, 22cm, 2,310)

(description forthcoming)

151 Gyokurankoh (sandal, 23cm, 1,365) ***

Review

204 Azusa (long roll jasmine, 23cm, 945) ***
205 Tansun Azusa (short roll jasmine, 14cm, 735) ***

Review

202 Benizakura (jinkoh, 17cm, 1,785) ***

One of Kyukyodo’s brilliant mid-listers, an incense basing a lovely, potent and hard to identify oil mix on top that’s actually more similar to high enders like Musashino than some of the other incenses in the same range. Very addictive.

203 Miyuki (sandal, 17cm, 1,680)

(description forthcoming)

153 Ryuhinko (jinkoh, 17cm, 1,155)

Review  Sprays of Blossoms, Curls of Smoke review

207 Ichimayatsu (sandal, 17cm, 1,155)

A japanese pine incense, somewhat akin to Matsukaze but a little plainer with less of a spice note.

208 Miyuki (sandal 023, 17cm, 840)

(description forthcoming)

210 Umegaka (senkoh, 17cm, 840)

(description forthcoming, Sprays of Blossoms, Curls of Smoke review)

Page 9 (bulk boxes)

225 Denpo (jinkoh, 75g 14cm, 5,250) ***

Terrific and cost effective green aloeswood, similar in ways to both Musashino and Benizakura in the green notes, with a nice spicy green perfume mixed with the obvious aloeswood notes.

226 Shinnyo (jinkoh,sandal; 75g 14cm; 3,150)

(Ingredients: aloeswood, sandalwood, clove; description forthcoming)

229 Umegaka (senkoh 210, 229; 75g 14cm; 3,150)

Bulk version, see 210

244 Higashiyama (jinkoh, sandal; 75g 14cm, 1,365)

(description forthcoming, Sprays of Blossoms, Curls of Smoke review)

221 Mizuho (rose, 75g 14cm, 1,155) ***

One of Japan’s best and price effective rose incenses, an absolute triumph of the style. Someone got the perfume mix just right on this one.

222 Hikari (jasmine, 75g 14cm. 1,155) ***

Review

223 Mayumi (violet, 75g 14cm, 1,155)

The last in this trio of florals and perhaps the least impressive, it captures the violet scent with some herbs in the mix. Description very tentative.

219 Chitose (sandal 220, 75g 14cm, 1,365)

(description forthcoming, Sprays of Blossoms, Curls of Smoke review)

230 Umegaka (short box senkoh, 210, 229; 45g 9.5cm; 1,890)
220 Chitose (short box sandal, 219; 45g 9.5cm; 840)

Page 10 (bulk boxes)

218 Hakubaiko (low smoke, 150g 14cm, 2,100)

(description forthcoming)

252 Zuifu (jinkoh, 150g 14cm, 3,150)

(description forthcoming)

253 Misohagi (spicy sandalwood, 150g 14cm, 2,100)
212 Shirohato (sandalwood, 10 rolls 330g 17cm, 3,675)

Review

213 Ikaruga (sandalwood, 10 rolls 185g 15cm, 2,100) ***

Review

217 Seiai (low smoke sandal 116, 100g 14cm, 2,100)
281 Seiren (low smoke, 100g 14cm, 1,785)
224 Mikumano (low smoke senkoh 050, 100g 14cm, 1,260)
264 Asagasumi (low smoke, 100g 14cm, 1,155)

Page 11 (second half, traditionals)

240 Daitenko (thick sandal, 60cm, 1,680)

Review

242 Josei Taikunko (sandal, 32cm, 2,940)
243 Taikunko (sandal, 32cm, 945)
231 Gussei Byakugoukoh (sandal, 10 large coils, 1,680)
232 Namisei Byakugoukoh (sandal, 10 large coils, 1,155)
233 Gyokuran Byakugoukoh (sandal, 1 large coil, 840)
326 Gussei Byakygoukoh + Rendai (set, 10? large coils + holder, 4,305)
867 Rendai (holder, 2,625)

Page 14 (partial)

293 Hibiki Kyara Cone (kyara, 26 cones, 5,250)
294 Hibiki Agarwood Cone (jinkoh, 26 cones, 3,465)
295 Hibiki Sandalwood Cone (sandal, 26 cones, 1,680)

*** = must try

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30 Comments

  1. finlandojin said,

    August 27, 2012 at 4:38 am

    I got yesterday a new Kyukyodo incense “Honokanoho” published in their 2012 catalogue.

    255 Honokanoho, sandalwood, 150 g 14 cm, 3150 yen

    The title of the box is a palindrome in Japanese kana script, and “honoka” means something like “less”, “diminished”, “subdued” – very positive and stylish meaning in Japanese.

    It differs from the basic KK byakudan line folliowing the basic byakudan trails of Sarasoju and Minorien Fu-in. It is also spiced up with soft hint of spikenard, and is very mellow and soft. Maybe it is also coming close to the world of Nippon Kodo “Shikun” sandalwood.

    If the incense itself is not so close to the average KK line, it still retains the refinement, roundness and style of the manufacturer. No sharp edges, and it will fill easily space with a very pleasant, easy and attractive sandalwood.

  2. ^Chang said,

    February 20, 2012 at 7:22 am

    Has anybody tried the Zuifu? Found some I could import but id like to hear some impressions before I try it.

    • glennjf said,

      February 22, 2012 at 12:23 am

      Hi ^Chang.
      I’ve sampled Zuifu. I liked what it delivered. It has been talked about a little bit in comments added to this page.

      • ^Chang said,

        February 23, 2012 at 6:52 pm

        How about the Shinnyo? Im thinking about getting a box now that my jinko kojurin is out.

        • glennjf said,

          February 24, 2012 at 12:08 am

          Having burned a sample of Shinnyo, I found I liked it also. Honestly, I think it would be difficult to find anything from this stable that I would not find to my liking. Mike writes it contains aloeswood, sandalwood, clove.

          • Mike said,

            February 24, 2012 at 8:04 am

            I’d generally agree with Glenn that you can’t go wrong with most Kykukyodos but I’d file both Shinnyo and Zuifu into the good rather than great category. Zuifu reminds me a little of Shoyeido’s premium daily lines in the way that they’re mostly sandalwood incenses with an aloeswood oil hit on top. Shinnyo’s also fairly similiar I’m just having trouble remembering it, this is a box I want to break down for sale at some point. If you have the chance and need a big box and can afford Denpo, that’s the one I’d go for.

  3. December 1, 2011 at 10:41 pm

    […] of as the “The Heavy Hitters in Wood Boxes” from Kyukyodo. You can get an idea about them at this page in our blog. With luck I will get a review of them out in a week or two. This one is a reasonable […]

  4. Jacob said,

    September 26, 2011 at 10:47 am

    Does anyone know why Kyukyodo incense has become such a problem to get in 2011? Essence of the Ages has gone so far as to put a “don’t e-mail me” notice up on thier Kyukyodo page, saying they have been trying to get it for over a year with no success. Most other sellers have deleted their offerings outright. So far I have not been able to find an explantion for this. It’s like some secret that no one is allowed to talk about… very bizarre!

    • Mike said,

      September 26, 2011 at 11:12 am

      Honestly, I think the real reason is Kyukyodo are just uninterested in opening up to the US market. Otherwise I think they would have made it happen by now. What you originally saw for sale was part of a contract to an incense company who has since decided not to continue importing it.

  5. Mike said,

    July 27, 2011 at 10:28 am

    Wanted to let the list know that Japan Incense has a few interesting Kyukyodo items in stock. Miyuki, Ryuhinko and Kinbato are all in stock and most interestingly a now deleted item Mukusa no Takimono, which is the sampler set for the stick versions of their kneaded incenses. The latter set is well worth picking up, lots of neat aloeswoods in this one.

    • Ross said,

      July 28, 2011 at 5:05 pm

      Mukusa no Takimono is deleted in thier latest catalogs and I think the replacment sticks they are using do not have quite the same distintive scents, so the stuff JI has is going to get rare very fast.
      You cannot now by the sampler.
      They were also one of the most popular incenses in Japan, just the thing for tea ceromony.

  6. Mike said,

    April 20, 2011 at 9:13 am

    I’ve updated the catalog to take into account all the recent changes. I’ve left out the English translations, but will put them back if I can get the lion’s share of the catalog translated like that if anyone wants to do that.

    I just got in a huge Kyukyodo box, so i’ll be adding descriptions to some of these and have already added a few notes. If anyone would like to contribute descriptions of any of the incenses that don’t have any as of today, go ahead and post them here.

    I’m going to go now and put some asterixes by the “musts.”

    • Arisan said,

      April 20, 2011 at 2:30 pm

      Wow, looks great! One note: 204 and 205 Azusa are exactly the same product in 23 and 14 cm versions. I will add later maybe some descriptions. Great job!

      • Mike said,

        April 20, 2011 at 3:11 pm

        Excellent. Thanks again for the help!

  7. Arisan said,

    April 17, 2011 at 1:16 am

    Hello,

    my latest corrections and additions to the Kyokyodo catalogue. I have also corrected my own typos.

    001 Uzumasa (Nonomiya (jinko), Serikawa (sandalwood), Ogurayama (jinko), Sagano (sandalwood; same as 012), Gyo (jinko); 5×25 cm)
    003 & 005 Ho-un (Harunoyama [jinko, same as 133], Natsukusa (sandalwood), Shiun (jinko), Akikaze [jinko, same as 137], Huyunoyoru (jinko)

    Biggest changes are these:
    – The name of the product 001 is Uzumasa
    – 3rd product of 003/005 is not Miyuki but Shiun

    I bought the Uzumasa set today – quite pricy ca 700 dollars/480 euros; can’t even imagine what would be the retail price abroad…

    • Mike said,

      April 18, 2011 at 9:16 am

      Arisan, thanks a lot for the corrections and additional information. If there’s any truly fascinating page in the Kyukyodo catalog it has to be this one. I know that Uzumasa set is definitely on my want list, let us know how the incenses are when you get some time (I would think the jinkos must be very high end to garner that price). 🙂 It’s interesting to see Shiun live on in these sets too.

  8. Arisan said,

    March 20, 2011 at 6:39 am

    I have not been able to follow this for some time as I was moving temporarily outside Japan… Hopefully will be back there in couple of weeks.

    Glenn, please feel free to ask me what you want to ask – I am happy to help if I can. So maybe Mike can share our email address between us.

    I will come back to the catalogue issue as I am back to the normal and Tokyo again. As far as I can browse it very soon, nos. 143 and 147 should be vice versa. Also the end of your kanji list from 293 onwards needs one more reading.

    • Mike said,

      March 21, 2011 at 7:34 am

      Arisan, thanks very much for all the help on the Kyukyodo catalog, it’s greatly appreciated.

      • glennjf said,

        March 23, 2011 at 12:07 am

        Hoping you are able to return to your home and soon Arisan. Thank you for agreeing to exchange emails.
        Mike, when you find a free moment please pass along my email address to Arisan.

        • Arisan said,

          April 2, 2011 at 8:07 am

          Glenn-san, feel free to send me an email to tatatantantaa(at)gmail.co,!

          • glennjf said,

            April 2, 2011 at 9:00 pm

            My thanks Arisan.

  9. Arisan said,

    March 11, 2011 at 11:49 pm

    My version, there are still some question marks in this.

    2 001 Uzumachi (not clear what they are; 5×25 cm)うずまき
    2 003 Ho-un (Harunoyama [133], x, Miyuki [203], Akikaze [137], x; small rolls 5×25 cm)
    2 005 Ho-un (Harunoyama [133], x, Miyuki [203], Akikaze [137], x; larger rolls 5×25 cm)
    2 007 Senkoh kunkohkumiawase (10×28 cm)
    4 009 Goshikikoh (senkoh; all rolls the same despite the different packages, 10×13 cm)
    4 012 Sagano (sandalwood, 10×13 cm)
    4 017 Seiho (sandalwood; low smoke/smokeless, 8×12 cm)
    4 018 Kyoraku (sandalwood, 8×12 cm)
    4 019 Hakuhoukoh (sandalwood, 5×26 cm)
    4 023 Miyuki (same as 208; 10×12 cm みゆき
    4 109 Gyokurankoh (sandalwood; 5×26 cm)
    4 117 Unkin (light an spicy Jinkoh, 5×17 cm) 雲錦
    5 025 Kosomenoume (senkoh with plum; 5×16 cm)
    5 027 Gyokurankoh (sandalwood; 5×23 cm)
    5 029 Gyokurankoh (sandalwood; 3×23 cm)
    5 035 Setsugetsuka (Seigetsu 201, Benizakura 202, Miyuki 203, all 17 cm)
    5 069 Musashino (amazing premium green kyara; 1×17 cm) 武蔵野
    5 115 Asagumo (senkoh; 5×26 cm)
    5 116 Seiai (sandalwood; low smoke/smokeless; same as 217; 8×12 cm)
    5 131 Murasakino (1×17 cm) 紫野
    5 135 Kinshikoh (1×17 cm)金絲香
    6 036 Maigoromo (sandalwood; 8×12 cm)
    6 041 Somenishiki (senkoh; 8×12 cm)
    6 047 Miyagino (senkoh; 5×26 cm) 宮城野
    6 049 Matsukaze (sandalwood and cinnamon; 5×16 cm) まつ風
    6 050 Mikumano (senkoh; low smoke/smokeless; same as 224; 8×12 cm)
    6 051 Shiyo (sandalwood with some citrus?; 8×12 cm)
    6 121 Katsura (senkoh with Ikaruga-Shirohato type of frankincense + daphne-like katsura leaf; very sweet and pleasant; 5×16 cm)
    6 128 Hatsuhana (sandalwood and orange; 5×16 cm) 初はな
    7 129 Murasakino (1×25 cm) 紫野
    7 133 Haru-no-yama (jinkoh, 1×25 cm) 春のやま 
    7 137 Akikaze (jinkoh, 1×25 cm) 秋風
    7 139 Sho Ran Ko (Laughing Orchids; jinkoh, 1×25 cm) 笑蘭香
    7 143 Shobaikoh (Friday Dove; jinkoh, 1×22 cm) 勝梅香
    7 147 Kinbato (jinkoh, 1×17 cm) 金鳩
    7 201 Seigetsu (Clear Moon; jinkoh 1×17 cm) 清月
    8 145 Kunshikoh (jinkoh; 1×22 cm)君子香
    8 151 Gyokurankoh (sandalwood; 1×23 cm) 玉蘭香
    8 153 Ryuhinko (jinkoh; 1×17 cm) 龍賓香
    8 202 Benizakura (jinkoh; 1×17 cm)紅桜
    8 203 Miyuki (sandalwood; 17 cm) 深雪
    8 204 (Chosun) Azusa (jasmin; long roll 1×23 cm) 長寸あづさ
    8 205 (Tansun) Azusa (jasmin; short roll 1×14 cm) あづさ
    8 207 Ichiyamatsu (one night pine; 1×17 cm) 一夜松
    8 208 Miyuki (sandalwood; same as 023; 1×17 cm) みゆき
    8 210 Senkoh Umegaka (boxed roll) 1x17cm 梅ヶ香
    9 219 Chitose 75g (sandalwood; same as 220, box) ちとせ
    9 220 Chitose 45g short (sandalwood; same as 219, box)
    9 221 Mizuho (rose, box)
    9 222 Hikari (jasmine, box) ひかり
    9 223 Mayumi (violet, box) まゆみ
    9 225 Denpo (amazing green aloeswood, box) 傳芳
    9 226 Shinnyo (aloeswood, sandalwood, clove +, box) 真如
    9 229 Umegaka (same as 210, 229) (box 14 cm) 梅ヶ香
    9 230 Umegaka (same as 210, 229) (box 9.5 cm)
    9 244 Higashiyama (box) 東山
    10 212 Shirohato (White Dove, 10×17 cm) 白鳩
    10 213 Ikaruga (Ancient Gateway, 10×15 cm) いかるが
    10 217 Seiai (sandalwood; low smoke/smokeless;same as 116, box)
    10 218 Hakubaikoh (low smoke/smokeless, box) 白梅香
    10 224 Mikumano (low smoke/smokeless; same as 050, box)
    10 252 Zuifuu (Rising Wind; jinkoh, box) 瑞風
    10 253 Misohagi (spicy sandalwood, box) みそはぎ
    10 264 Asagasumi (low smoke/smokeless, box)
    10 281 Seiren (low smoke/smokeless, box)
    11 231 Gussei Byakugoukoh (10)
    11 232 Namisei Byakugoukoh (10)
    11 233 Gyokuran Byakugoukoh (1)
    11 240 Daitenkoh (1×60 cm)
    11 242 Josei Taikunko (1×32 cm)
    11 243 Taikunkoh (1×32 cm)
    11 326 Gussei Byakugoukoh (231) and Rendai (867) – Set
    11 867 Rendai
    14 293 Hibiki Kyara cone 響 コーン 伽羅
    14 294 Hibiki Jinkoh Agarwood cone 響 コーン 沈香
    14 295 Hibiki Byakudan Sandalwood cone 響 コーン 白檀

    • glennjf said,

      March 12, 2011 at 3:02 am

      Extra cool work Arison, thanks 🙂 I’m working towards adding or corrrecting the Kanji/Kana characters to the ones with or without them as I’m able, I’ll post another update when I get further along with the task.

      • glennjf said,

        March 12, 2011 at 3:44 am

        One noticeable difference needs looking into… No’s 143 and 147 which is which, I’ll defer to you Arison.

        Your list…
        7 143 Shobaikoh
        7 147 Kinbato

        My list…
        7 143 Kinbato
        7 147 Shobaikoh

        • glennjf said,

          March 12, 2011 at 7:27 am

          I’ve almost done with the kanji/kana worked ups however I could use some help with these, all are on page 11…

          231 _ _ 白亳香
          232 _ _ 白亳香
          242 _ _ 大薫香
          326 _ _ 白亳香・蓮台_ッ_

          • Arisan said,

            March 12, 2011 at 1:14 pm

            Your kanjis are correct. You can take the 3 last strokes of 326 away – they are just kana letters of “setto” (set), not really part of the name.

            And yes, the 143 an 147 seem to be in an order I mentioned.

            For Mike. Yes, the names of are above the prices but like 001 they appear only here, not as separate products – the separate things all have kana versions which make them easier to transliterate. These 001 things do not have the help here, and should be checked from somwehere else (no. 4 in 001 is Sagano 012 though, I think).

            So this needs a reading from someone Japanese.

    • Mike said,

      March 12, 2011 at 11:13 am

      Arisan, thanks so much for that run down, most helpful. I would mention that on the page 2 sets, it seems the incenses are the line above the price. On 005 and 003 I matched up the three incenses with the ones I have in my list via page 7. So I would think the Uzhumachi incense names must be the five items above the price as well, separated by commas. Anyway I’ll integrate what you posted to the top list as I have some time…

      Also Glenn, I’m not sure everyone has a Japanese character pack, so I don’t think most of us are seeing the kanji characters you’re posting, they’re just coming out as squares on this page.

      • glennjf said,

        March 12, 2011 at 5:06 pm

        Mike, squares not japanese…
        Clear forgot I’d set my computer to recognise Japanese, apologies to those people presently seeing only squares. I remember the days when my computer displayed not only squares but lots of question marks also. That was before I’d configuring it to recognise Japanese characters. Having it attuned has turned out a help in many ways. The wiki page (url shown below) helped me do what needed to be done.
        I use a PC with XP Pro, firefox browser.

        http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Installing_Japanese_character_sets

        I’ll include my current kanji/kana workings here for those people who do have Japanese enabled. if someone decides to install a Japanese character set they’ll notice a big difference with what they see when they view the list afterwards. I’m wondering now if people in Japan need to install a English Character set to view western websites?

        Arison, I have a question, prefer to ask you off list, if you would be happy to email with me then say so here and Mike will be able to supply you my email address.

        001 うづまさ(太泰)
        003 法雲(大)
        005 雲法(大)
        007 線香・薫香組合せ
        009 五色香
        012 嵯峨野
        017 雲錦
        018 京洛
        019 博法香
        023 みゆき
        109 玉蘭香 長寸
        117 清芳
        025 こそめの梅
        027 玉蘭香(5把入)
        029 玉蘭香(3把入)
        035 雪月花
        069 武蔵野
        115 あさ雲
        116 清靄
        131 紫 野(小)
        135 金絲香
        036 舞衣
        041 染にしき
        047 宮城野
        049 まつ風
        050 みくまの
        051 紫陽
        121 か津ら
        128 初はな
        129 紫 野(小)
        133 春のやま 
        137 秋 風
        139 笑蘭香
        143 金鳩
        147 勝梅香
        201 清 月
        145 君子香
        151 玉蘭香
        153 龍賓香
        202 紅 桜
        203 深 雪
        204 長寸あづさ
        205 短寸あづさ
        207 一夜松
        208 みゆき
        210 線香梅ヶ香
        219 ちとせ
        220 ちとせ
        221 みづほ
        222 ひかり
        223 まゆみ
        225 傳 芳
        226 真 如
        229 梅ヶ香
        230 梅ヶ香
        244 東 山
        212 白 鳩
        213 いかるが
        217 清靄
        218 白梅香
        224 みくまの
        252 瑞 風
        253 みそはぎ
        264 あさ霞
        281 清 蓮
        231 白亳香
        232 白亳香
        233 玉蘭 白亳香
        240 大天香
        242 大薫香
        243 大薫香
        326 白亳香・蓮台
        867 蓮台
        293 響 コーン 伽羅
        294 響 コーン 沈香
        295 響 コーン 白檀
        296 響 スティック 伽羅
        297 響 スティック 沈香
        298 響 スティック 白檀

  10. glennjf said,

    March 11, 2011 at 12:51 pm

    Thanks Mike. Here’s what I have sorted up at this point in time. It combines gleanings I’ve sourced from everyone here at ORS and from my own forays in cyberspace together with my superseded 2009.6 hard copy catalogue.

    Page numbers are aligned with the current PDF downloadable catalogue.

    http://www.kyukyodo.co.jp/product/pdf/catalog_incense.pdf

    PDF Page Cat. No. English Kanji or Kana

    2 001 Uzhumachi うずまき
    2 003 Ho-un (small rolls) うづまさ(太泰)
    2 005 Ho-un (larger rolls) うづまさ(太泰)
    2 007
    4 009
    4 012
    4 017
    4 018
    4 019
    4 023 Miyuki (same as 208) Box 10 rolls みゆき
    4 109 (appears to be 4 rolls of Gyokurankoh and one Akikaze, unconfirmed)
    4 117 Unkin (light an spicy Jinkoh) 雲錦
    5 025
    5 027 Gyokurankoh x 5 rolls
    5 029 Gyokurankoh x 3 rolls
    5 035 (appears to be rolls of Seigetsu, Benizakura, 203/Susugi Hukashi Miyuki)
    5 069 Musashino (amazing premium green kyara) 武蔵野
    5 115
    5 116 (same as 217)
    5 131 Murasakino (small 17 cm sticks) 紫野
    5 135 Kinshikoh 金絲香
    6 036
    6 041
    6 047 Miyagino 宮城野
    6 049 Matsukaze まつ風
    6 050 (same as 224)
    6 051
    6 121
    6 128 Hatsuhana 初はな
    7 129 Murasakino (24cm) 紫野
    7 133 Haru-no-yama 春のやま 
    7 137 Akikaze 秋風
    7 139 Sho Ran Ko (Laughing Orchids) 笑蘭香
    7 143 Kinbato 勝梅香
    7 147 Shobaikoh (Friday Dove) 金鳩
    7 201 Seigetsu (Clear Moon) 清月
    8 145 Kunshikoh 君子香
    8 151 Gyokurankoh 玉蘭香
    8 153 Ryuhinko 龍賓香
    8 202 Benizakura 紅桜
    8 203 Susugi Hukashi Miyuki 深雪(みゆき)
    8 204 Azusa (long) あづさ
    8 205 Tansun Azusa (short roll) 長寸あづさ
    8 207 Ichiyamatsu (one night pine) 一夜松
    8 208 Miyuki (same as 023) みゆき
    8 210 Senkoh Umegaka (boxed roll) 17cm 梅ヶ香
    9 219 Chitose 75g (same as 220) ちとせ
    9 220 Chitose 45g short (same as 219)
    9 221 Mizuho (rose)
    9 222 Hikari (jasmine) ひかり
    9 223 Mayumi (violet) (?) まゆみ
    9 225 Denpo (amazing green aloeswood) 傳芳
    9 226 Shinnyo (aloeswood, sandalwood, clove +) 真如
    9 229 Senkoh Umegaka (same as 210, 229) (14cm refill Box) 梅ヶ香
    9 230 Senkoh Umegaka (same as 210, 229) (9cm refill Box)
    9 244 Higashiyama 東山
    10 212 Shirohato (White Dove) 白鳩
    10 213 Ikaruga (Ancient Gateway) いかるが
    10 217 (same as 116)
    10 218 Hakubaikoh 白梅香
    10 224 (same as 050)
    10 252 Zuifuu (Rising Wind) 瑞風
    10 253 Misohagi (spicy sandalwood) みそはぎ
    10 264
    10 281
    11 231
    11 232 Byakugouko Namisei (?)
    11 233
    11 240
    11 242 Josei Daikunko (?)
    11 243
    11 326
    11 867
    16 293 Hibiki Kyara (Symphony) cone 響 コーン 伽羅
    16 294 Jinkoh Agarwood (Symphony) cone 響 コーン 沈香
    16 295 Byakudan Sandalwood (Symphony) cone 響 コーン 白檀
    16 296 Kyara (Symphony) stick 響 スティック 伽羅
    16 297 Agarwood (Symphony) stick 響 スティック 沈香
    16 298 Sandalwood (Symphony) stick 響 スティック 白檀


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