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Shisedo perfume - Cattleya maxima fragrance - 2017 Tokyo Dome

Shisedo perfume - Cattleya maxima fragrance - 2017 Tokyo Dome<span class="cross"></span>
Item Number:
14312
Fragrant!

Base Price

$65.00

26 mL ($65.00)

Each year at the Tokyo Dome Grand Prix orchid festival in Japan, Shiseido releases 3 orchid-based perfumes. They are only ever released once, as the next year will be 3 different orchid fragrances.

 

The Cattleya maxima fragrance is much sweeter than the actual smell of the flower, but it is a nice fragrance none-the-less. Typically Japanese perfumes are not overbearing. They are sweet and light overall. Since these are only ever released once at Tokyo Dome and not sold anywhere else, they are instant collectables!

 


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