TOHAKU is an homage to the pine trees of Nanao City, the childhood home of Tohaku Hasegawa, one of the most famous painters in Japan. Tohaku candles are made with clean-burning sumac wax, which releases less soot and odor when extinguised because of its plant-based composition. The wick, which is thicker than traditional western wicks, is made of washi paper, rush weed, and silk fibers, and yields a bigger and brighter flame. These candles fit in the KOMA Candle Holders.
Materials: haze (pronounced hah-zay) sumac wax, composite wick (natural materials)
Made by: Takazawa Candle
Made in: Japan
small: 3.1" x 0.7", 80 min burn time, pack of 6, fits in KOMA small candle holder
medium: 4.3" x 0.75", 130 min burn time, pack of 2, fits in KOMA medium candle holder
large: 5.5" x 0.9", 240 min burn time, single pack, fits in KOMA large candle holder
Further Reading: Takazawa Candle creates traditional Japanese candles, called "wa-rousoku," made from natural waxes. They established their candle-making business in 1892, in the city of Nanao, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan.