Tsukimi {Moon Gazing}

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$6.00$145.00

A softly wooded, subtly spiced Autumn gourmand scent that glows from within with warming notes of cardamom and sandalwood made luminous by rosewater and a light dusting of fig.

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About This Product

Outside, the full moon

falling leaves in the cool night air

within, the warm glow

(haiku no.3;  Japan :: Moonlight series, 2017)

 

Tsukimi, (pronounced “Ski-Me”), is the Japanese festival and tradition of Moon Gazing, which happens every Autumn.  These festivals were created to celebrate the beauty of the moon and to offer harvest gratitude.  Our contemplative fragrance is the perfect companion for moon gazing in the cool night air as this design warms from within.

With Tsukimi DSH has created a new kind of comfort scent… something more subtle and meditative than mere hedonism or a child’s lust for the sweet.  It’s a beauty that glows like moonlight and imparts a kind of psychological warmth.

*sample vials for EdP and VdP are 1/2 filled; perfume and voile parfum mini roller vials are filled.

 

 

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2 reviews for Tsukimi {Moon Gazing}

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    bvanniekerk4 (verified owner)

    I just received my sample vial of Tsukimi in the mail today. I’m wearing it now as I leave this review.

    It’s a beautiful scent! So comforting. I’m very surprised there are no reviews for this one yet.

    It’s been raining all day in my city, and this is the perfect “rainy day” fall or winter fragrance. It evokes being inside of a cozy log cabin in the mountains, looking out the window as evening turns to night.

    Gorgeous and evocative, I must have a full bottle! I love its subtlety as well, it doesn’t overpower and there are no perfume-y notes in this one.

    If you are searching for a new kind of comfort scent, I highly recommend Moon Gazing.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    hutsonhv (verified owner)

    Very creamy and woodsy with some soft spice. Very comforting and contemplative – the name ‘moon gazing’ is perfect. It makes me think of being bundled up outdoors in the early fall, watching the stars at night. The ambrette shines in this composition, turning everything sepia-toned and lightly musky. Beautiful, warm, and thoughtful.

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