NIPPON KODO, INC. Nippon Kodo, Inc., established in August 1965, opened offices in New York and Los Angeles to better market and distribute incense to wholesale and retail customers in the United States.
Monitoring and keeping abreast of the changing trends in the fragrance industry, the company participates in major annual gift and merchandise fairs and shows in New York and other cities in the United States. https://www.nipponkodostore.com/
NIPPON KODO Representative office in Paris NIPPON KODO Representative office in Paris is an activity base of the first headquarters connecting directly in Europe as our company.
It aims to act about this new representative office and to contribute to the development of the fragrance market research in Europe.
NIPPON KODO VIETNAM, INC. NIPPON KODO's overseas factory. They mainly put out religious incense.
ESTEBAN ESTEBAN, believed to be one of the first manufacturers in France to specialize in home fragrances, was established 30 years ago in Montpelier and became a member of the Nippon Kodo Group in 1996. ESTEBAN operates fragrance shops in Paris, Montpelier and Tokyo. https://www.esteban.fr/
GENIECO, INC. Genieco, Inc. is the oldest and one of the largest domestic manufacturers of incense in the U.S. Headquartered in Chicago and part of the Nippon Kodo group since 1999. Since 1923, Genieco has been producing the very popular Gonesh brand of incense and continues to build on its past successes. https://www.gonesh.com/
KITO-TENKUNDO Kito-Tenkundo, operates a charming incense shop that specializes in the sale of wood and floral incense fragrances in the ancient city of Kamakura, an art center and popular tourist attraction not far from Tokyo. On the shop's second floor there is a Members Room for fragrance lovers. And classes in Japanese traditional arts such as the Incense Ceremony, the Tea Ceremony and Japanese Calligraphy are held on the third floor. http://www.tenkundo.co.jp/index.html
KOJUIncense store, Koju. In business since the Tensho period (1573-1593). Koju was born in Kyoto in 1575 during the Tensho period. It’s a name which has a history of 440 years, one that has been used by incense meisters who officially have served the imperial palace. Koju inherits and respects the origins of Japanese incense cultural traditions, while simultaneously creating new Japanese incense culture.https://www.koju.co.jp/en/index.html
KITOWA Inc.Created in 2018, KITOWA was developed using natural oils extracted from traditional Japanese wood and introduced for the first time as a home fragrance.
Hinoki (Japanese cypress), hiba (Aomori cypress) and kusunoki (camphor tree) used for KITOWA, have all been chosen for their excellent durability and have been used for many years for the construction of wooden buildings.
The fragrances of these comforting woody scents have noble presence, deeply rooted in the life of the Japanese. Very rarely introduced abroad, these trees are unfamiliar to people who do not live in Japan.
This bold and innovative perfume, unique in the world, comes from the combination of rich and exotic scents. KITOWA contributes to the creation of a new time that perpetuates the heritage of Japanese incense culture, with a 450 year old incense history.https://www.kitowa.co.jp/en/
Ginza Rangetsu, Inc. Ginza Rangetsu, is a popular Japanese restaurant in Ginza, which has been doing business for nearly half a century specializing in such delicious Japanese dishes as Shabu Shabu, Sukiyaki and other meat and crab delicacies. http://www.ginza-rangetsu.com