The Kabuki actor, Nakamura Utaemon, the ultimate male performer of female roles, devoted himself completely to depicting the true form of women. Possessed of an illusory grace and calmness, he brilliantly depicted the beauty of women in a way that transcended gender. World-renowned novelist Yukio Mishima praised his beauty, and together they created works that will remain forever in history. Even after becoming a star, he never became proud, and treated people extremely gently and politely while quietly handling himself. This earned much respect as a man of character. Having lived his life on the stage, devoted to an image of beauty transcending that of gender, he finally passed away on an illusory day very much befitting the life he had led; with the spring cherry blossom in full bloom in the garden amid a powdered scattering of unseasonable snow.
Spring Snow by Tobali at Twisted Lily feels like the countlessly blooming graceful cherry blossoms and the calm, regulated dance of unseasonal powdered snow. The smooth, pure and sparkling white sandalwood brings an even more elegant and mellow fragrance to the scent of cherry tree flowers.
As with all Tobali perfumes, rather than a 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.