Salt is a big part of Shinto, Japan's native religion, which predates the arrival of Buddhism and goes back to Japan's founding myths. Shinto is still very much around and responsible for some of the country's most famous shrines. The Japanese often get married in a Shinto ceremony, take their children (and even their car) to a shrine to be blessed, and very often, those who have shops and restaurants, leave a small pile of salt in the entrance to show the establishment is purified. The Oisesan Japanese Salt Fragrance Spray allows you to achieve the same effect in an easier way!
And not just the purification effect either: along with mineral salt from the coasts of Japan, the Oisesan Japanese Salt Fragrance Spray's other ingredients include frankincense oil, lemon fruit oil, rosemary leaf oil, and patchouli oil that all conjure up a beautiful rose fragrance that transforms your space. And if you want to have enough for a long time and think the smaller 17 ml (0.6 fl oz) bottle won't do the trick, it's also available in a larger 17 ml (0.6 fl oz) bottle!
Specs and Features:
- Options: small, large
- Capacity (small): 17 ml (0.6 fl oz)
- Capacity (large): 300 ml (10.14 fl oz)
- Fragrance: rose
- Ingredients: ethanol, water, frankincense oil, lemon fruit oil, rosemary leaf oil, patchouli oil, mineral salt
- Made in Japan
- Instructions/manual: Japanese