Arita ware is a famous style of Japanese porcelain with a history stretching back over 400 years. This aroma stone was crafted in the style of Hizen Yoshida ware, a noteworthy subgenre of Arita ware first made in the Osotoyama region of modern Saga Prefecture. This combination of Japanese traditional porcelain, inherited since olden times, and Yohaku aromas, centered on Japanese essential oils, offers a new way to enjoy a soothing experience.
*Kikuzumi(Chrysanthemum charcoal) has been cherished as a luxury product for use in the tea ceremony since the Muromachi Period (1336 – 1573). It has a nearly perfect circle cross section, with multiple cracks running through the middle in the pattern of a chrysanthemum flower. It does not lose its beautiful shape even after it is burned, and leaves behind pure white ash.