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The interior of Japan's Shikoku island is mountainous and dramatic in its scenery. Ehime, in the north west corner, has the Kuma highlands, which with their clear air and nature have been a traditional place of retreat. At the heart of this region is Wagura, a large 'kominka' (old house) which is place to visit and to have tea. With 'luxury amid nothing at all' as their central identity, at Wagura they also make items drawing on the nature around them. This pack for a bath contains yomogi (mugwort), tea leaves, sugina (field horsetail), Iyo mikan orange skin, and kuromoji (spicebush leaves), and has the title 'the scent of woodland', and brings something of the smell of the place.
In non-woven fabric the pack can be used several times in a bath, and subsequently or alternatively as an air freshener around the home.
Size: 15cm x 12cm x 2.5cm