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Koh-do Workshop

  • Japanese Traditional Art ,
  • Workshop

Koh-do (traditional Japanese incense) is an art form that developed in Kyoto more than 500 years ago. The art form, which values Zen teachings, is performed in the mental realm by appreciating the natural fragrance of an aromatic tree called Agarwood. The Shino Incense School has passed down the teachings of its founder, Shino Soshin, for twenty generations, and the School has spread beyond Japan as well. There are now places to study its teachings in Paris, Boston, Beijing, etc.

Participation fee



15 per workshop
*When it does not reach capacity, we accept it on that day.

How to participate

Please apply from the website Apollon.
*Fully booked. Please contact Tokyo tradition office below if you would like to be on the waiting list.

*Please prepare white socks.
*Please do not wear anything with fragrance (perfume, etc.).
*Please remove accessories (rings, etc.) during the workshop.


Tokyo tradition office, Arts Council Tokyo (10:00-18:00)


Yakushiji Temple Tokyo Betsuin 3F


Organized by
Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
Supported by & in cooperation with
Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Cooperated by
The Shino Incense School