Takasawa Japanese Candle
Are u familiar with the art and tradition of Japanese candles? The characteristics of Japanese candles are the core and raw materials. The wick is made one by one by manually winding the wick from the top of the tubular Japanese paper. Since this wick is hollow up to the tip, the wax and oxygen sucked up from the wick are always supplied while burning, making it a bright and powerful flame that is strong against the wind.
The raw material used here is vegetable wax. Takasawa candles are made from various plant waxes such as goby, palm palm, rapeseed, rice bran, and urushi.
This one here is a rapeseed candle, so it is made with recycling energy because it uses wax from rapeseed oil. The wax does not easily flow down when the fire is lit, and the odor after extinguishing is also suppressed. It is a candle that is kind to both the environment and our body.
- Size: 12cm
- Material: paper, rapeseed wax
- Burning time: ca 40min
- Origin: Japan