Time Out says
Binchotan, a highly refined form of Japanese charcoal, has the power to purify, dehumidify and deodorise the air of a room it’s placed in. This shop, whose name means ‘palm of the hand’, sells products made from binchotan. Shoppers can also indulge in the curative powers of binchotan’s fragrance in the basement healing room.
1-8-15 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
|Transport:||Ginza-Itchome station (Yurakucho line), exits 7, 9.|
|Opening hours:||Weekdays 11am-8pm; Weekends & hols 11am-7pm|