Japanese Kaoru: Moved to the beautiful sleeves, the fragrance is suddenly thick.Landlord：17600603718 time：12-13 09:43 Click：160 Reply：0 Collection
Before the formation of the "fragrance", which was dominated by the scent of fragrant (scented agarwood) and the group scent, the Japanese aristocrats used a lot of spices to make the aroma, called "scented" or "scented".
The technique of modulating Aroma in Japan originated from the Tang Dynasty in China. When the Tang Dynasty monk Jianzhen was in Japan, he not only brought a lot of fragrant drugs, but also introduced the technology of fragrant aroma into Japan.
After the method of preparing the aroma was introduced to Japan, the Japanese aristocrats competed to develop their own formula for hobbies and preferences. The plums, lotus leaves, attendants, chrysanthemums, fallen leaves and blacks created by the nobles were the six names at that time. Fragrant.
In the early days of the Heian era, the modulation of Hexiang reached its peak. The Emperor Tomorrow's Emperor and the Eight Princes of the Palace, and the former Minister of the Court, Fujiwara, were the masters of the production of the incense.
The aristocrats prevailed with the scent of incense and incense, and the literati began to write and discuss the incense. One of the most typical representatives is the "Xinji Collection" written in the late Qing Dynasty.
This book is edited by Fujiwara Van and the bird feathers of the Emperor of the Emperor. The book is divided into two volumes. The scrolls record the fragrance of the famous perfumers. The next volume describes the blending method and the cultivation and storage of the fragrant medicine.
This "fragrance" was written in the 18th year of Meiji, a total of five, respectively, the fragrance, fragrance, aroma, incense, incense.
The above two books on aromatics are the most representative books of Japanese fragrant incense, written in Chinese, so don't worry about not understanding.
In addition, the books about the Japanese fragrant side include the "Four Houses of the Book of Things", "The Three Houses of the Book of Things", "After the Fushimi Institute, the Han Dynasty", etc...
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