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Shoyeido Kotadon Koh-Tadon Ceremonial Charcoal

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For the incense lover who wants to capture the heart of the moment, Shoyeido Kotadon Koh-Tadon Ceremonial Charcoal is a perfect choice. This natural charcoal is made with oak and burns cleanly and without odour.

The main difference with other charcoal: There is no ignition agent, no Potassium Nitrate (Saltpeter)

It is ideal for use with aromatic wood chips and granules and is perfect for incense lovers of all levels. The red dot on the charcoal is a decoration that has succeeded the style of Incense Ceremony Mon-Koh. With its calm, Burn evenly and keep your ceremony going smoothly; Shoyeido Kotadon Koh-Tadon Ceremonial Charcoal is the perfect way to make your moments memorable.


  • 1 box of 25 Mon Koh-graded charcoal pieces. Each charcoal measures 2cm (3/4") tall x 2 cm (3/4") wide


【How to Use Charcoal Briquettes: A Simple Guide】

  1. Igniting the briquettes: Place the charcoal briquettes in a charcoal fire, on an electric heater, or on a grill over a gas stove. Keep heating them until the entire surface is coated with a thin layer of white ash.

  2. Usage duration: Once ignited, the briquettes can typically be used for about an hour.

  3. Handling the ashes: After the briquettes have burned out, let them cool down and use them as ash in an incense burner.

【Safety Tips and Reminders】

  1. Always use a fireproof container (like an incense burner) with ash for the briquettes.

  2. These briquettes are specifically designed for incense burning. Do not use them for other purposes.

  3. Keep the briquettes away from children, as they are not edible.

  4. Make sure there is proper ventilation when using the briquettes.

  5. Be aware of potential sparks, and watch out for fire hazards and burns.

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Below is a quick video about the Incense Ceremony, and it will also show you the use of  Koh-Tadon.