Introducing “Mashumaro,” a luxurious and seductive fragrance that will transport you to a world of pure splendor. Mashumaro means marshmallows in Japanese, and this fragrance embodies the sweet, creamy, and smoky essence of this beloved treat.
Why Japan/Japanese now? One popular gift to give on White Day* is marshmallows.
In Japan, marshmallows are seen as a “symbol of love” and “affection” because of their soft and sweet nature. The word marshmallow in Japanese is “mashumaro,” which sounds similar to the phrase “ma shiro na kokoro,” meaning “pure-hearted” or “innocent heart.” This makes marshmallows a perfect gift for White Day, as they represent the pure intentions and affection of the giver.
The story behind the “Mashumaro” perfume is now evolving.
This scent opens with a captivating blend of very smoky marshmallows, incense, and milk, creating a sense of warmth and comfort. Imagine sitting around a campfire, roasting marshmallows while the smoke envelops you in a warm embrace. Then, the expensive musk adds a touch of elegance and sophistication, making this fragrance truly unique. As the fragrance develops, you’ll notice the delicate and alluring notes of rose and vanilla, which blend seamlessly with the rich and earthy scent of cashmere wood.
The muguet adds a touch of floral freshness, while the musk and caramel give the fragrance a sense of depth and sensuality. The praline note adds a nutty sweetness, rounding out this fragrance and making it absolutely irresistible.
This fragrance is housed in an elegant red bottle, befitting of its luxurious and captivating scent. Besides, do not forget that across cultures and time periods, the color red** has continued to represent the intense emotion of love and the excitement and passion that comes with it. As you wear “Mashumaro,” you’ll feel like you’re wrapped in a warm and sensual embrace, with its unique blend of notes creating a scent that is both beautiful and sexy.
Indulge your senses with “Mashumaro,” a fragrance that is perfect for any occasion. Whether you’re looking to add a touch of luxury to your everyday routine or create a lasting impression on a special occasion, this fragrance is sure to leave a lasting impression. Get ready to be swept away by the alluring and seductive notes of “Mashumaro.”
*White Day is a Japanese holiday that is celebrated on March 14th, exactly one month after Valentine’s Day. On Valentine’s Day in Japan, it is customary for women to give chocolates to men as a sign of affection or courtesy. White Day is the day when men return the favor by giving gifts to women. The name “White Day” comes from the color white, which is a symbol of purity and represents the sweetness and purity of the women who receive the gifts.
**In Japanese culture, red is associated with love and passion. For example, traditional Japanese wedding ceremonies often feature the bride wearing a red kimono, which is believed to bring good luck and happiness to the couple.
Marshmallow, Cashmere wood, Milk, Incense, Caramel, Musk, Muguet, Rose, Praline, Vanilla.