Friday, March 18, 2011

Give from the Heart: TATCHA's Japan Benefit Box‏

Hey everyone!

All profits from sales of the Kiri Gift Set through March 31, 2011 will go to support relief efforts in Japan.


TATCHA proudly supports Save the Children’s Japan Earthquake Tsunami Children in Emergency Fund — a relief effort dedicated to supporting the littlest survivors.

An ideal gift for the beauty lover in your life, each set contains 15 packs of gold flecked aburatorigami and is gift wrapped  in a handmade kiribako, a traditional Japanese wooden box used to protect treasured items such as silk kimonos and precious gifts.  

This box was custom made for TATCHA in the Asakusa district of Tokyo by an artisan shop that has created these keep sake boxes since the 1800's.

The card atop the box reads "Kokoroyori”, meaning “From the heart.”  Each set contains 15 packs of 30-sheet gold flecked aburatorigami inside of custom made Japanese wooden box traditionally used to protect treasured items. 

This item can be purchased on TATCHA's Website!

XoXo,
Whitney

1 comments:

Nadia said...

Thank you so much for your help! We are half way to our goal of $10,000 because of people like you!