Because you care for the environment, the smell brings back memories, or you are a die-hard fan of all things Japanese, your mosquito repellent of choice is the green coils first invented by Eiichiro Ueyama in the late 19th century. Still, you would love a little upgrade in terms of looks and practicality. There must be some Japanese design solution, right? There is and its name is the Katori Pot Mosquito Coil Holder: a beautiful ornament that gives any space an aesthetic boost, even when it's not used as a coil burner.
The Katori Pot Mosquito Coil Holder comes in two colors (white or black) and is made of Sueki-type porcelain, which is used for a range of wares in Japan. It is big enough to fit any mosquito coil and its lid has a chimney-like opening, allowing the coil's fragrance to escape and take care of any unwanted visitors. Simplicity, functionality, and top-level aesthetics, all fused in a uniquely Japanese way for a uniquely Japanese product!
The Katori Pot Mosquito Coil Holder features: