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Pamper your skin with Japanese cherry & clay moisturizing soap

Additive free Japanese cherry and clay moisturizing soap

From our staff

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April 21, 2015 JST - The tradition of kisetsu-kan (sensing of the season) is a cornerstone of the Japanese cuisine. Seasonal foods arrive at the peak of freshness. They taste better and invariably offer higher nutritional content than out of season foods. Takenoko (bamboo shoots) have just come into season in Miyazaki. They are simmered in dashi (stock) and cooked with seasonings such as soy sauce and mirin (sweet sake). Yummy! Read more

Unrefined Rice Bran Moisturizer

Japanese rice bran cold-pressed, unrefined facial and skin moisturizer. Packed with anti-aging Gamma Oryzanol antioxidants and Tocotrienol, the "Super Vitamin E."

Packed with γ-Oryzanol and vitamin E

Re-awaken Your Skin

gentle-as-spring-breeze collection to help you re-awaken your skin

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Non-static, Seamless Combs & Brushes

Tsuge (Boxwood) Japanese combs and brushes. You will never want to use synthetic combs again.

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