Founded in 1892, Tamanohada is one of the oldest soap company in Japan. Based in Tokyo, they debuted by producing soaps for schools and hospitals. In 2003, they started their first line of branded soaps, with a popularity growing year by year.
Each soap is made using a carved wood mold, like traditional Japanese pastries, using "RSPO" vegetable oils, a certification made in collaboration with Green Peace against deforestation and is attached to a natural linen rope.
The shape is based on the Tai fish (red snapper), which in Japanese culture is associated with good fortune.
Traditionally bought in Japan for gifting during celebrations, the soap is presented in a beautiful box.
Color: Black and red