Business card incense is paper that has the scent transferred to it, which is kept in the business card holder. When you open the business card holder or hand over the business card, the scent drifts slightly, so you can relieve the tension of the first meeting or use it as a scion for talking. Esteban is said to have been developed with the hope that "everyone's feelings will be conveyed along with the scent, and daily encounters will be even more wonderful."
In addition to business card incense, it can also be used as "bunka" to put in letters. With Fumika, not only will you enjoy the scent the moment you open the envelope, but you will also be able to use it yourself, so it will be a casual gift.
In addition, if you put it in your wallet or put it in a money clip, you will naturally have a chance to talk to the shop staff during shopping. You can put it in a book or notebook, or put it in a smartphone cover.
Especially recommended is how to keep it in the ID card holder, which is indispensable in a highly secure office. You can casually wear the scent, and the everyday life of passing someone in the hallway or holding a card to unlock it turns into a wonderful scene.
The appeal of this card fragrance is that the scent creates communication. It is a product with a very "Japanese" taste, with a scent that is not overstated. Why was a French company able to offer such a "Japanese" product?
It may have been possible because Esteban is a group company of Nippon Kodo, which is famous for incense. In other words, it's a fusion of French Esteban and Japanese Nippon Kodo.
It's a reasonable price of 1,000 yen (excluding tax) for 5 pieces of each type, so you can use it yourself or give it as a gift.