Takazawa Koma Candle stand: Nanbu Iron
Handcrafted by Takazawa Rousoku in Ishikawa Prefecture, Japanese candles are made with the techniques which have not changed since the 16th century and today they are made by only a handful of Japanese craftsmen. These traditional Japanese candles are completely handmade and give very little smoke and a brighter light than modern paraffin candles.
The set comes with a long candle and a short one and an illustrated paper packaging.
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