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Did you/are you going to try it?
Couldn’t quite carry it on my bike but had a sniff through the plastic and could feel the idea ( we usually have recycled unscented or ‘green tea’)
Ooh I’d be more keen to try the green tea one! Although in general I prefer unscented and uncolored TP.
That’s what I want to know Packaging looks nice
I thought so too. Might have to invest next time for a trellis on one’s wellis
Why am I not surprised?
We get a lot of Japanese brand KAO household cleaning products here in Nepal, all are quite beautifully scented and effective. There’s Magiclean “Soothing Zen” floor cleaner (chamomile & peach), Magiclean “Crystal Shine” floor cleaner (oakmoss & lavender – smells surprisingly posh), and Attack ZERO laundry detergent (powdery iris, white patchouli, rose, & muguet – I don’t even like iris but this smells divine!).
I did not realize-
Kao creates high-value-added products that enrich the lives of consumers around the world. Through its portfolio of over 20 leading brands such as Attack, Bioré, Goldwell, Jergens, John Frieda, Kanebo, Laurier, Merries and Molton Brown, Kao is part of the everyday lives of people in Asia, Oceania, North America and Europe.
Blimey quite the portfolio
Long time reader of your blog here. My partner and I will be visiting Japan next month for two weeks. We will be in Tokyo, Kyoto, and Osaka. Any recommendations for vintage perfume shopping?
In Tokyo I don’t really know as many places like that Shinagawa flea market have closed down since corona.
If you wander around neighborhoods in those areas though you could easily come across something – look out for ‘recycle’ shops and places selling antiques
Are you after anything in particular ?
The wisteria on the packaging looks as if it has the potential to come alive. Like characters in a Miyazaki film.
It does. Really caught my eye in the supermarket
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