Tamanohada, a Japanese company, began making soap in 1892. A simple, round white ball of soap helped launch the company over 125 years ago. Today, a modern-day version of that soap highlights Tamanohada’s line of bath products.
This soap comes in the form of a Tai Fish, or red sea bream, which is often served at celebrations in Japan as it is a symbol of good fortune. The beautiful, delicate shape was created using a process based on the wooden mold used to make the Japanese sweet called Rakugan.
Tamanohada soaps are made from entirely plant-based materials. This soap series is made to give your skin extra gentle care - use it for your body or your face. It's texture is between liquid and milk, leaving a delicate moisturize protection and scent to your skin. Leaving your soap on a small dish will also lightly perfume your bathroom.
A beautifully gift boxed "soap on a rope" from Tamanohada Soap Co. makes a wonderful present. The soap comes in three scents Muscovado (brown sugar), Pomegranate (pomegranate, lemon oil and peppermint), and Lily (green leaves). Perfect for sensitive skin, hands and body. It's texture is between liquid and milk, leaving a delicate moisturize protection and scent to your skin. Leaving your soap will also perfume your bathroom.
Materials: Plant-based materials, pure essential oils, natural linen rope.