Takazawa Tohaku Candle Set
Set of Tohaku small candles and Koma candle stand.
- Set of 7 Haze (sumac) wax candles.
- Burn time: 80 mins. each.
- One (1) small cast iron candle stand.
- Wood gift box.
- Made in Japan.
Precautions for Use
How to burn a candle safely
Japanese candles burn with a large, bright flame. Keep the candle at a safe distance from other items and do not place flammable items above the candle.
Candles will melt if left in warm places such as a car in summer, etc. Store them in cool places out of direct sunlight.
Use a candlestick that is the correct size for the candle. Secure the candle up right making sure it doesn't wobble, and light it in a place out of reach of wind and breezes.
A white powder may appear on the surface of WA-ROUSOKU. This is a trait unique to plant-based wax and occurs when the wax crystallizes. It is not a quality defect.
Please note you do not need to push down a candle until it reaches at the bottom of a holder. When a candle stops and does not go down any further, it is the right place.
Warm up wax left on the candlestick with warm water, melt, and rinse. Wipe the candlestick with a soft cloth and make sure to dry the candlestick completely before using it again.
While the candle is burning, cut the black burnt part of the wick down to adjust the size of the flame. A specialist wick trimmer is recommended for this. Melted wax may splatter if you extinguish the candle by blowing it out.
Do not place lit candles close together. Heat from one candle may cause the wax of a nearby candle to melt and run. Keep candles within your line of sight.
Do not leave a room without fully extinguishing the flame of any lit candles.
Please only light candles in appropriately maintained rooms.
Do not place candles near flammable materials. For example, please avoid placing candles near furniture, beds, carpets, books, or other paper materials.
Keep lit candles out of reach of children or pets.