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Wood scent guide book

Kohitsu - wood scent stick

The wood has the freshest and strongest scent the moment it's just been shaved.

KiKiKi is a tool that you can use whenever you want to enjoy

the scent of freshly to refresh or to relax.

We named the wood stick that looks like a pencil as a "Kohitsu".

 

Try to find your favourite scent. 

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The wood from this tree has been used since ancient times to build shrines and temples. It has a strong resistance to moisture and beautiful texture.

HINOKI(coniferous tree)

Japanese cypress

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HINOKI carries the cool scent of pure forest air.

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To start the day, or for a pick-me-up at work, or to concentrate on what's important.

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SUGI wood has a slightly sweet woody scent, to relax your body and mind.

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To relax during a tea break, after a meal, or at bedtime.

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The wood from this tree is a constant in Japanese life, as it is among the most well-loved of building, ship and sake cask materials.

SUGI(coniferous tree)

Japanese cedar

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This wood is used to safeguard a home against bacteria or pests.

HIBA(coniferous tree)

Hiba arbovitae

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HIBA wood has a spicy unique scent, to ease your emotion, like a therapeutic walk in the forest.

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To cheer and refresh both mind and body ; for inspiration and energy.

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NEZUMISASHI wood has a refreshing fragrance reminiscent of citrus fruits that relaxes your mood.

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When you wake up, change your mood between work, or want to concentrate.

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The wood from this tree has been very useful for outdoor use as agricultural and basket materials because of the resistant to water and moisture, and has bending strength.

NEZUMISASHI(coniferous tree)

Japanese juniper

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The wood from this tree has been used since ancient times to build statues of Buddha and furniture in Japan.

KUSUNOKI(broad leaf tree)

Japanese camphor tree

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KUSUNIKI wood has a brisk sharp refreshing scent, to wake you up your body and mind.

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For a pick-me-up at work, to get inspiration and imagination.

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MOMI has a refreshing slightly citrus aroma, to calm the mind.

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To relax at bedtime, after sports, for motivation, or to settle one's mood.

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This wood has been used for kitchen utensils and fittings, tea chests, rice chests, and other household items in Japan.

MOMI(coniferous tree)

Japanese fir

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This wood has been used for Buddhist altar fittings, house fittings, and as a base for lacquer wear in Japan.

TSUGA(coniferous tree)

Japanese hemlock

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TSUGA wood has a warm sweet woody scent, to relax and calm the mind.

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To relax after meal, or during a tea break, or at bedtime.

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YAKUSIGI wood has a slightly stronger warm woody scent than general cedar wood because of its resin.

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To relax after meal, or during a tea break, or at bedtime.

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A precious rare wood which grows in natural forest on Yakushima island. Currently, logging is prohibited. The wood has been used to make furniture, house fittings, and decorative objects.

YAKUSUGI(coniferous tree)

Yaku island special cedar

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A precious cypress wood which grows at Kiso area in Japan. The wood has been used in shrines and temples, chopsticks, and bentwood materials.

KISOHINOKI(coniferous tree)

Kiso special cypress

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KISOHINOKI wood has clear fresh scent.

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To start the day, or for a pick-me-up at work, or to concentrate what's important.

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