Extrait de Parfum


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The AIYOKU perfume was inspired by Alex Kerr’s book Japan Lost and its romantic, idealistic descriptions of Japan, which, as we learn, no longer exists, and which many of us still believe in.

Japan is covered with hills covered with tropical forests, undergrowth, moss on the bark of trees, the smell of a damp forest. Among the hills is a traditional wooden house made of Japanese cedar, infused with resins and aromatic essential oil. Some elements of this house are new, still fresh, others have darkened over time and their fragrance is mature, subtle. Situated in a valley among tall grasses, this house is built by combining wood with wood without the use of nails, blending in with nature and being part of it. The marshy area around it creates ideal conditions for cultivation.

The scent of the roots, combined with the scent of damp earth, mingles with the scent of fresh wood and the surrounding moss. This is what AIYOKU smells like.


INCI: alcohol*, parfum**


** only natural ingredients: essential oils, absolutes and tinctures

do not contain any ingredients from animal sources

Just like natural cosmetics, natural perfumes can also cause an allergic reaction. Allergens (substances naturally occurring in essential oils and absolutes, classified as allergens): Cinnamal, Citral, Citronellol, Coumarin, Eugenol, Geraniol, Isoeugenol, Linalool, Limonene.


The perfume label was made on cotton paper, black letterpress printing, golden frame is hot stamping. Both prints were made on over 100-year-old printing machines from the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries. Our bottles come from the north of France, where there are, the last in the world outside of China, factories producing semi-hand-made perfume bottles.

Our perfumes with the concentration of “Parfum” stay on the skin for approx. 5 hours. All our perfumes are devoid of aroma enhancers, its durability and range. The natural fragrance persists in our private area and is a discreet highlight of our personality.