AKAFUJI - Crinkle Candle

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- Sense Collection -
AKAFUJI: "A Mild Breeze of a Fine Day", a masterpiece of the ukiyo-e artist Katsushika Hokusai.
IKEBANA: The Japanese art of flower arrangement, "Kado"
KARESANSUI: A small tranquil Zen garden where people feel the essence of nature.
Three fragrances express the sense of beauty in Japan.

A fragrance inspired the "A Mild Breeze of a Fine Day", commonly known as "The Red Fuji(Aka Fuji)" drawn by the Japanese ukiyo-e artist, Katsushika Hokusai. Mount Fuji, the highest volcano in Japan, yet an iconic symbol of peace of mind, its surface is colored in red by the early morning sunrise. With a mild breeze in the air, the volcano stays calm and the Japanese people find peacefulness in that moment.

Top notes : Bergamot, Eucalyptus
Middle notes : Lavender, Cardamon, Ginger, Jasmin
Last notes : Japanese Incense, Sandalwood, Amber, Vanilla


<Special features>
◇Unique, exquisite scents calling on 200 years experience.
・Easy to fit into anyone’s life style
・Provides a relaxing and calm feel
・Subtle, pleasant yet noticeable scent
・The product of the traditional fragrance culture of Japan

◇Using only domestically-sourced & plant-based ingredients.
・Soya wax, with palm oil and rapeseed oil base
・As candle wax dissolves at lower temperature, that allows the delicate scents to be fragrant beautifully
・No petrol-carbon soot
・Stable burn
・Cleaner burning; no toxins, carcinogens or pollutants

◇Created with traditional & craftsmanship high quality.
・1300 years of Seto porcelain making
・Finely crafted porcelain with high permeability
・Commitment to creating long-lasting products

◇Designed to appeal to everyone -versatile and organic-
・Capturing forms created by chance
・Objects with organic forms
・Designs with wit and warmth

■KITCHIBE Crinkle Candle
Using only domestically-sourced and plant-based ingredients (soy wax, perfume, not paraffin), Seto white porcelain
Contents: Each 180g size: φ82×H84mm burning time: Up to 40 hours  Made in Japan

designed by Makoto Komatsu