Sakura is the Japanese word for flowering Cherry better known as Japanese Cherry Trees, Prunus serrulata — that produce beautiful cherry blossoms for a short time each spring. These trees are different from the species of cherry tree that produces cherry fruit.
What it smells like?
Sakura scent is best described as very faint and sheer lilac and rose qualities, accented with creamy vanilla and soft, almond-like aromas
Carefully unscrew the lid and remove the tyre bung. Immerse 4 - 5 rattan reeds into the fragrance bottle. As the reed absorbs the fragrance oil, you will experience a subtle release of the aroma scent. Fragrance can be intensified by adding more reeds if required. The liquid will evaporate over time but can last up for 4 weeks depending on location and temperature. After a few weeks, carefully reverse the reeds to speed up the saturation of the fragrance oil. Diffuser oil will last 3-4 weeks depending on location and temperature.
Do not ingest oil. Keep out of reach of children. In case of ingestion, get medical help or contact a Poison Control Center right away. Use caution when filling the bottle or when flipping the reeds (oil may damage some surfaces). Do not light the reeds.