The moon viewing platform at the Katsura Imperial Villa; representative of the beauty and deep spirituality to be found amid unique Japanese simplicity. The moon viewing platform was constructed specifically just for the viewing of the moon, and juts out over the garden. This is a clear representation of the Japanese aesthetic and general ideas that place a great emphasis on the existence of the moon and treating it as a holy thing. At night from the moon viewing platform a world of deep shadows can be observed, with the moon in the sky and the moon on the water illuminating the scene from above and below.
Moon Shadow by Tobali at Twisted Lily represents a deep night, created by the shadows when the moon descends to a gently moving, translucent water surface. Holy Japanese water is blended with bewitching amber and patchouli in order to cast shadows. A fragrance of the esthetics of the moon.
Rather than a home fragrance that is instantly gorgeous, this is one that slowly expands its influence with the fragrance harbored deep inside gradually diffusing. A fragrance as delicate as a sharpened blade, and as fragile as a taut thread. A complex and mysterious fragrance with Hidden Japonism 834 as its core, which is itself centered around the sacred fragrance of agarwood.