Mona di Orio



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Dojima is named after the Dojima Rice Exchange founded by the Samurai in 1697 in Osaka, Japan.

Dojima turns into a powdery fragrance that combines the warmth of the skin with that of a cloud of rice powder surrounded by jasmine and iris to shine during the day.

The soft texture of the rice is elevated by a warm and dusty amber with trace of dry spices and woods on a creamy base of musk.