Japan is notorious for its humid summers but its winters are extremely dry. Add air-conditioning (most Japanese homes don't have central heating), and the result is not good: the air cracks with static electricity and your nose and throat ache. The Kashitsu Shiki Tree Paper Humidifier is a simple but effective way to add some moisture to the air in your home or work space without turning on yet another electric device: these small paper "trees" do the job because of the fundamental fact that paper absorbs water!
There are two versions. The Tongari, which is pointy, one comes in green or gray, while the Mokomoko, which is a round, is green or red. The Kashitsu Shiki Tree Paper Humidifier looks like a 3D version of the classic pine car air-freshener, though it's much more attractive and suitable for home or office environments. You can put these trees in a glass or small bowl, add some water and from there on they will absorb it and diffuse it throughout the air pretty much in the same way that real trees take water and turn it into oxygen. You can add some aroma or essential oils to the water if you want to enhance the fragrance, too. Improve the quality of the air in your room while being reminded how nature offers the most effective solutions in the simplest ways!
The Kashitsu Shiki Tree Paper Humidifier features: