Nanohana Candle

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Nanohana Candle

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Nanohana Candle Shortly after the pink petals of Japan’s famous cherry blossoms fade away, wavy yellow carpets of nanohana (rapeseed flowers) take over the rural scenery. The plants fill the air with their intoxicating, pasty scent. The Japanese have been eating the stems and flowers since 330 BC. In the Edo Period (1600-1868,) they devised techniques for extracting the oil from its seeds.