HIBA ヒバ Refresher Mist
KITOWA Refresher Mist HIBA | Normcore Fragrance

HIBA ヒバ Refresher Mist

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KITOWA Refresher Mist HIBA is a spray-type fragrance with a luxurious scent. A perfume-like presence with a striking wooden lid and square bottle that can be gently sprayed in your room and linen.

KITOWA Refresher Mist HIBA contains Hiba oil from Aomori prefecture. The contrast between the pine needle and tea tree gives a refreshing feeling to the solid woody scent. Sweet and warm Tonka Bean and Amber spread as keynotes, giving a luxurious finish. The Natural Hiba oil uses in Refresher Mist HIBA contains hinokitiol, which is expected to have an antibacterial effect. Fragrance uses naturally derived alcohol extracted from sugar cane which features a mellow scent.

How to use
After ventilating the room, spray the mist in the air 4 to 5 times (per room) to your liking. The aroma will spread refreshingly. For fabrics and linens such as pillows, sheets, curtains, etc. spray 2 to 3 times from a distance of 30 cm or more. The aroma will spread gently.

Package size:height 172mm x width 52mm x depth 52mm weight 350g
Bottle size:height 157mm x width 37mm x depth 37mm weight 290g
Contents: 100ml

Made in Japan


Created in 2018, KITOWA was developed using natural oils extracted from traditional Japanese wood and introduced for the first time as a home fragrance. This bold and innovative perfume, unique in the world, comes from a combination of rich and exotic scents.

Hinoki (Japanese cypress), Hiba (Aomori cypress) and Kusunoki (camphor tree) used for KITOWA, have all been chosen for their excellent durability and have been used for many years for the construction of wooden buildings.

The fragrances of these comforting woody scents have a noble presence, deeply rooted in the life of the Japanese. Very rarely introduced abroad, these trees are unfamiliar to people who do not live in Japan. KITOWA contributes to the creation of a new time that perpetuates the heritage of Japanese incense culture, with a 450 year old incense history.

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