Yume No Yume Freesia, low smoke incense
The botanist who found this flower in a distant foreign land did not honour his discovery with his own name, but dedicated it to his beloved friend. That is probably why, in the language of flowers, freesia is related to affectionate love.
Think of the time spent with a loved one,
the scene you dreamed of.
With the fresh scent of freesia,
take the time to deepen the bond.
The Yume no Yume incenses - literally dream of dreams - combine poetry and fragrances. They evoke quotes from old poems like the Kokin Wakashu, Anthology of Ancient and Modern Japanese Poetry. This collection of waka poems was published in the 10th century, about 100 years before the famous Tale of Genji.
- Top notes: freesia, lime, rosemary.
- Middle notes: jasmine, rose.
- Base notes: ylang ylang, iris.
This large box is ideal if you burn incense regularly. Its lovely design also makes it an original fragrant gift! Please note that the number of sticks is approximate and may vary depending on the batch.