Kishu Binchotan Charcoal

Since 1600s Binchotan Charcoal has been used in Japan to filter and purify both water and air. Made in the region of Kishu, Wakayama, it helps remove unwanted chemicals from tap water, freshen air in cramped spaces and refrigerators, and invigorate gardens.

Traditional methods invented in Edo era (1600s - 1800s) makes charcoal extremely hard like steel and countless number of porous pores on surface that absorb chemical, dirts and smell in water and air. 

Example usage:
- to remove chemicals and chalk from drinking- and cooking water
- to remove unpleasant smell from refrigerators
- to remove unpleasant smell from shoe rack
- to cleanse air in living and work space
- for cooking together with rice
- into vase to keep flower longer
- to invigorate garden 

Binchotan Charcoal, purifying bits 1/2 lbs. chf 30.-