Handmade soaps with soothing scents inspired by cypress and cherry blossoms are now available.


Meet Tree, a sustainable lifestyle brand that connects people and trees, launched a handmade soap with a cypress scent using only natural oils and fats and traditional methods on Wednesday 12 June, and a handmade soap with a cherry blossom-inspired scent on Friday 21 June.

The handmade soaps on sale are made using the traditional ‘cold process’ method, which reduces the degradation of the natural oils and fats used as raw materials, making them moist and pleasant to use. The soap is gentle on the skin, does not feel greasy and does not remove too much sebum.


2,200 yen (incl. tax)

Contains cypress leaves and essential oils of trees, giving a soothing feeling as if you are in a forest.

MT Handmade soap S (Sakura)

2,200 yen (incl. tax)

You can enjoy the gorgeous fragrance of this essential oil blend inspired by the scent of cherry blossoms.

The packaging features designs of cypress bark and cherry bark, respectively, for a more arboreal feel.

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meet tree shops and online shops.
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