I tend to put the cases and incense holders out of the way, but I want to feel the summer with my eyes. This time, we'll introduce you to a stylish kayari that you'll want to show off.
◆ Simplicity and warmth that suit today's lifestyle
Furniture designer Makoto Koizumi designed Kayari, a slim, easy-to-carry aluminum mosquito repellent. A non-combustible mat is laid inside, so you can use it by placing the mosquito coil directly.
The rattan-wrapped handle adds warmth to the inorganic design. There is a notch on the tip, so you can hang it and use it. By the way, it is said that it is called “Kasen” because you can enjoy incense and aroma all year round. The price is 6,480 yen (including tax, the same below).
◆ MUJI's cute pig
When it comes to mosquito-repellent, it's a "pig", but MUJI's "mosquito-repellent pork set" is a pure white pig. The simple yet traditional design will blend in with any interior.
It comes with 10 coils of mosquito-repellent incense and costs 2,500 yen. If you put an incense stand (sold separately), you can also burn incense.
◆I make an outstanding performance in the outdoor! Mosquito repellent inserted into the ground
"KATORI PICK Hoppies" sold by Nor Corporation is a pick-type mosquito repellent that is inserted into the ground. You can hang two coils of mosquito coils on one stick, so you can rely on it when you want to take strong measures such as camping. The price is 842 yen (tax included).
The cute design just by inserting it seems to be a mark of the tent like a wind spinner. However, the incense sticks will be exposed, so be careful not to accidentally touch them!
Even people who don't use mosquito coils will want them. If you don't like the smell, how about using it together with aroma incense sticks ?
*The source of the image is "ecomfort", "MUJI online store", "NOL ONLINE SHOP"