Even though it's more associated with other Asian countries, curry has been a staple of Japanese cuisine since the mid-19th century. The Japanese learn to make it when they are at elementary school and supermarkets often even sell sets of a single onion, potato, and carrot sets that, together with some roux and a few ounces of meat, are all you need to have a delicious plate of curry. And if you want to have it without even that minimum effort, you can just get the Kameyama Curry Rice Candle!
Other than its size (it's only 101 x 30 mm, or 3.9 x 11"), the Kameyama Curry Rice Candle looks and smells like a plate of curry. Like all Kameyama's food-themed candles, this too is almost shockingly detailed. In particular, the part where the rice has started absorbing the curry and changing color is amazing and anyone who has seen a plate of Japanese curry will appreciate it. Light it up and get a discreet but definitely spicy fragrance that is as Japanese as that of tempura or sushi!
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