Keiko Mecheri

Les Nuits d'Izu

Eau de Parfum

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the opening is nice but the something smells very plasticky in the mid notes. I think it's the hinoki.
By   - teacher from Chi on 5/19/2016
This perfume is beautiful and unusual. I have never smelled a perfume with yuzu, littoral moss, or hinoki - and I must say I'm glad to have discovered this. I am poor at describing scents so you will have to forgive me if my ideas are not entirely clear. For a floral fragrance it is not as "light" as I expected. It is not "heavy" like a spicy oriental. There is a certain depth to it which makes it far more interesting than a plain ol' floral perfume. It is a unique scent which I truly enjoy wearing, and I have mixed feelings about the fact that it is limited edition. On one hand I am saddened by the fact that it is limited edition - but on the other I am glad for the fortune of being able to wear such a beautiful scent. My only problem with this perfume is the bottle. For some reason the cap gets stuck, and on multiple occasions I have had to use pliers to remedy this. It is absolutely terrifying for me to use something like pliers on this beautiful perfume bottle, but it had to be done. Still 5 stars because I love this scent that much.
By   - Student from Toronto on 6/23/2011
A light, bright rose really came to the fore when I put this on. A genuinely lovely scent overall, but the dry down ended up far sweeter than I personally prefer.
By   - Librarian from Bay Area on 2/8/2011
On my skin, this was nothing but a blast of lily of the valley. Bright, white, headache-inducing.
By   - writer from Seattle on 10/18/2010
This scent is a journey to Izu, the Riviera of Japan. This is fragrance is like a beautiful Ikebana (Japanese discipline art of combining nature and humanity) arrangement. It is soft floral & musk warm down will have you in touch you’re your feminine persona.
By   - from The Bay Area (San Francisco/Oakland) on 8/22/2010
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