Japanese Fragrances Are Over The Top

Japanese fashion mavericks are coming up with a new fragrance that recalls the aroma of a construction site.

The aftershave only costs 151-dollars a bottle to smell like concrete, rubber and burning tar. But there are other nasal nightmares out there. You can enjoy smelling like the "dust on a lit light-bulb," warm photocopier toner, a toaster, freshly welded aluminum, a fountain pen's ink and lettuce juice all in one squirt.

And lastly, there's a fragrance that lets you smell like Sushi. It's described as "sticky white rice and seaweed with a hint of ginger and lemon."Source: Mirror

Hannah

Hannah

Want to know more about Hannah? Get their official bio, social pages & articles on Z-100! Read more

title

Content Goes Here