The "Tohaku" Candle is an homage to ‘The Pine Trees screen’, drawn by Tohaku Hasegawa, one of the most famous painters in Japan.
The pine trees in the paintings are of the landscape of Nanao City, and he drew it while recollecting his memories of the beautiful nature of his childhood home.
The flame is an extension of the gentle lines of these trees, reminding you of a rustic simplicity.
Available in small or large - with the large available as a single candle and the small as a set of 6, both presented in a beautiful box.
burn time: 80min
Suited to the small Koma Cast Iron Candle Holder (sold separately).
burn time: 240min
Also available in wooden boxed gift sets, including a cast iron candle holder.
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Takazawa from Nanao have been making traditional Japanese Candles since 1892. Founded by Noto Nanao, Takazawa Candle Co. has been creating plant based wax candles for the past century using traditional "wa-rousoku" techniques.
The candles are unique for their hollow washi paper wicks, allowing them to produce a tall flames with a bright quality.
The Takazawa Candle Co also strives to minimise the environmental impact in its packaging by using recycled chipboard paper, derived from old newspapers.
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‘The Pine Trees screen’, by Tohaku Hasegawa.