They come after the cherry trees, around mid-April, but the wisteria (or "fuji" - but not that Fuji!) last much longer and they are, arguably, much more spectacular. Their purple color and their fragrance evoke a feeling of nostalgia for Japanese people and that's why they put them on everything, from last names to classic poetry to, er, toilet paper - like the Fuji no Kaori Wisteria-Scented Toilet Paper. A great way to give your toilet a uniquely Japanese touch and transform it in looks and smell.
The paper in the rolls of the Fuji no Kaori Wisteria-Scented Toilet Paper is specially made in Japan's Shikoku and it is two-ply for extra strength. It has an elegant, calming, and deep wisteria fragrance, features a print with wisteria petals, and the pack carries an illustration of a wisteria trellis, one of trademarks signs of late spring in Japan. Oh, and each roll is 30 meters (32.8 yards) long, which means that you won't be running out of paper any time soon!
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