Moving on from Jinkoh Seiun I thought it would be relevant to review Mainichi-Koh due to its similarities. Again, another wonderful incense which ranks highly on my list of all-time favorites.
As usual let’s start with the packaging.
As you can see Mainichi-Koh features a scene of mountains with fields below. Against a creamy background. The packaging on incense always amazes me. The impression I get from this design is of an afternoon incense. No bright colors feature on the packaging at all.
Just like the Jinkoh Seiun this beauty also features Agarwood and Kyara. But it is worth noting at this point that the quantities of these ingredients is reasonably low which is reflected in its great low cost price tag. A higher dosage of Agarwood and Kyara would reflect a price tag of four times this asking price.
With that said; you are still treated to a lovely premium quality scent which is bursting with life. It’s a lot spicier than Jinkoh Seiun a scent which I would not describe as "bursting with life". Think of Mainichi-Koh as the younger, more energetic brother.
Where this scent picks up its added buzz, its older brother still retains its crown for sheer high end quality.
This is a fantastic scent which I never grow tired of. Which could easily be burnt at any time of the day due to its universal scent of woods with a healthy helping of spice. The smoke is of a medium strength but that’s a positive in my books.
Thanks again to Anna Pach over at Kohgen World for the assistance.