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4" Sumac Candle | Set of 2


There’s nothing quite like a gently flickering flame to enhance moments of relaxation. Pairs beautifully with our medium cast iron candle stand or our Geometric candle holder. Burn time: 130 mins per candle.

Color: Sumac

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A set of two 4" sumac candles.  Pair with our medium cast iron candle stand.

Handmade by a family run business in Ishikawa, Japan, who have been creating traditional Japanese candles, also known as 'wa-rousoku', in the same way since 1892. 

These sustainable, vegan sumac candles are made from wax that is harvested from the fruit of the Japanese Haze tree, and their unique hollow wicks allow them to produce a bright, tall flame.

  • MEASUREMENTS: 0.6” x 4.3” (including wick), burn time 110 mins per candle.
  • MATERIALS: 100% Sumac Wax, Nambu Iron, Wood
  • ORIGIN: Japan
 Product Care

Japanese candles burn with a large, bright flame.
It is recommended to cut the black burned wick with a trimmer to adjust the size of the flame.

Do not place flammable materials near or above the candle.
Keep the candle away from direct sunlight and wind.
Never leave a burning candle unattended.



The Candlemakers of Nanao

Operating from the same factory since 1892, our artisan partners from Nanao have been perfecting their craft for hundreds of years, committed to preserving the wisdom and ingenuity of traditional Japanese candle making. 

For centuries, these candlemakers have been designing traditional Japanese candles, also known as 'warosoku’, with the natural world in mind. These timeless pieces are derived from plant-based raw materials such as Sumac wax, harvested from the fruit of the Japanese Haze tree. The clean-burning candles are created in unique shapes inspired by the plants that grow in the region where they are made.

There are three important elements in making traditional Japanese candles: craftsmanship, plant-sourced raw materials, and a commitment to social contribution.” - Yoichi Tamaki