Food, yes. Drink, certainly. Cosmetics, sure. But fragrance? Can rice be used as fragrance? Does it even have a scent? If you ever had rice just out of the cooker, you know that it does and that it's great! The designers of the Akomeya Tokyo Rice Fragrance Diffuser started with this scent as a basic note in the form of alcohol made with fermented pesticide-free rice from Oshu in Japan's Iwate Prefecture, and built on it using other equally characteristic Japanese scents to create a room refresher completely different from any you have experienced before!
The Akomeya Tokyo Rice Fragrance Diffuser is available in three types of scent: Hinoki Leaves, Mikan Fruit, and Yuzu Flowers. Hinoki is Japanese cypress, mikan is a tangerine-like orange, and yuzu a citrus fruit. All are very popular among the Japanese. And over them there is laid a whole universe of essential oils ranging from palmarosa to cedar, from patchouli to sandalwood, which blend with the fragrance of the rice to create wonderfully aromatic scentscape that transports you to the Japanese countryside!
Specs and Features:
- 100 ml (3.4 fl oz)
- Fragrances: Hinoki Leaves, Mikan Fruit, Yuzu Flowers
- Hinoki Leaves: hinoki leaves, lemon essential oil, bergamot essential oil, frankincense essential oil, geranium essential oil, patchouli essential oil, hinoki essential oil, rice alcohol
- Mikan Fruit: mikan fruit, mikan essential oil, iyokan citrus essential oil, palmarosa essential oil, cedar essential oil, rice alcohol
- Yuzu Flowers: yuzu essential oil, lavender, geranium, sweet orange, rice alcohol
- Made in Japan