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In this section, we are displaying artworks (paintings, sculpture..) with incense burners. Please enjoy !
A new section 'Literature' will list novels and stories with incense burners...
A new section 'Movies' will list films and TV series with incense burners in the scenery or in the title.

Comics and Manga with Incense Burner
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Tinitin et le Lotus bleu (1946)
Incense burner on a table at the Blue Lotus.
Tintin helps the secret society known as the Sons of the Dragon, who, like the Maharaja, are devoted to combating the opium trade. Tintin spies on Mitsuhirato at the Blue Lotus opium den.
Item # 231
The Blue Lotus

Julietta Suzuki
Kamisama Kiss - Chapter 18 : Time-traveling Incense Burner (2012)
Mizuki decides to show Nanami the truth of how Tomoe really is. He lets her travel into the past using an incense burner.
Item # 169
Kamisama Hajimemashita Wiki

Mao tuan xiao jian jian
Mo dao zu shi - incense burner (Manga) (2000)
Wei Wuxian found an old incense burner in the treasure pavilion of the cloud recesses...
Item # 203

Marco et Filemon 4. L'encensoir sacre (1994)
Les trepidantes aventures de Marco et Filemon. vol 4. L'Encensoir sacre (editions Berso)
Item # 230  

Rumiko Takahashi
Ranma : Incense of Spring Sleep (1987-1996)
Incense of Spring Sleep (shunmin ko) is the 365th chapter of the manga.
Ranma 1/2 (Ranma Nibun-no-Ichi, Ranma One-Half) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Rumiko Takahashi. It was originally serialized in Shogakukan's Weekly Shōnen Sunday from September 1987 to March 1996. The story revolves around a 16-year old boy named Ranma Saotome who was trained from early childhood in martial arts. As a result of an accident during a training journey, he is cursed to become a girl when splashed with cold water, while hot water changes him back into a boy.
Item # 229
Ranma Wiki

Yoshihiro Yamada
Hyouge Mono. Chapter1. Would You Die for a Teakettle ? (2005)
Scene with incense in page 5
Sasuke Furuta, a vassal of Nobunaga Oda, is fascinated with the world of the Chanoyu (the tea ceremony) and fine materials, like Nobunaga's Ranjatai, the most famous piece of Aloeswood (used as incense).
Item # 174