For the Japanese, the living space has a direct influence on the mind, the spirit and the heart. Cleaning, purifying and harmonizing one's living space on a daily basis contributes to maintain the inner balance and well-being. It’s one path to beauty.
Whether for use at home or at the office, discover our selection of natural essences and incenses to create a harmonious atmosphere and purify the air.
THE NATURAL ESSENCE OF HIBA TO PURIFY THE AIR
Preferred species for the construction of Japanese temples and imperial villas, Aomori HIBA wood is a rare Japanese wood that has many beneficial properties for the air of our interiors:
- powerful antibacterial: contains hinokitiol and β-dolabrin
- insect repellent
You can punctually vaporize this essence to deodorize textiles and purify the air of a room or add some drops of HIBA oil on a wooden diffuser to flavor a small space, a closet or a drawer.
BAMBOO CHARCOAL INCENSE
Bamboo charcoal, transformed from Japanese bamboos, purifies the air and limits the emanation of smoke during combustion. Incense is recognized among the Japanese for its many aromatherapy benefits: it helps calm the mind, promotes better sleep, reduces stress and anxiety, improves concentration and relieves pain.
During a meditation, while taking a break to read a book or when you arrive home after a long day, take 20 minutes to harmonize your space by burning a stick of incense.
THE SCENTED CANDLES OF TOBALI
Candles can perfume a room before they are even lit, especially when they are the embodiment of a collaboration between an ancestral candle workshop and a perfume house from Tokyo. Those of TOBALI, with their heart of incense, can burn for 33 hours and fill your evenings with an elegant Japanese scent.
ESSENTIAL OILS AND DIFFUSERS
For a long-lasting diffusion, you can opt for essential oils and discreet diffusers that blend in with the decoration of your space.
Aromatic essential oils of @aroma are extracted from typical Japanese essences such as Hinoki or Yuzu. Pour a few drops on the matt surface of a diffusing stone or place the bottle directly into a wooden diffuser for several months.