Dojima woda perfumowana

Olfactory group: woody
Product code: MN-Dojima
PLN 455.00
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Dōjima comes from the name of a foundation for Rice Exchange, founded by samurai in 1697 in Osaka, Japan where the beauty of a single grain of rice and the feeling of comfort it can evoke act as a seductive armor.

Dōjima transforms into powder when combined with the warmth of the skin. This cloud of rice powder, enhanced with jasmine and iris, lasts all day. The soft texture of rice is lifted up by the warmth of powdered amber, adorned with dried spices, wood, and creamy musk.


rice chord, nutmeg absolute, musk hibiscus, jasmine, iris, nutmeg sage absolute, labdanum CO2, sandalwood and precious musk

Fragrance Notes
Rice, nutmeg (absolute), musk mallow, jasmine, iris, nutmeg sage (absolute), labdanum CO2, sandalwood, musk

About the brand Mona di Orio



"One of the most important features of the compositions I create is light. I love playing with scents, just like a painter plays with light and shadow. The top notes are bright and full of radiance, the heart notes are full of reflections, and the base notes are embedded in darkness." - that's how Mona di Orio talked about her philosophy of creating perfumery masterpieces. Her work and thinking about scents were undoubtedly influenced by her classical education, erudition, and over fifteen years of experience with one of the greatest authorities in perfumery, Edmund Roudnitski.

These are scents that cannot be forgotten, let alone imitated or replaced. They are unique, multi-threaded, and full of depth. They show humility towards the raw material and the sense of smell, true passion, and something incredibly rare and difficult to name - perhaps that's why they are so moving.

Mona di Orio passed away suddenly in 2011. Her work is continued by Jeroen Oude Sogtoen.

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