The most commonly known cherry blossom in Japan. It is said that the name comes from a gardener around Edo era(17th-19th century) in the "Somei" village. The gardener started distributing the cultivar under the name "Yoshino." Since the growth of Somei-yoshino is fast, it soon becomes a nationwide popular cultivar for ornamental use.
* Also, the nature of the material and manufacturing process allow the cube to contain more dust and bubbles than other lineups, but we consider them non-defective.
*A joint line, generated in the course of production, may remain visible in some of the products. While the line may stand out in some of them, they are not defective.
Polyester resin / dried flower
Size and weight
1.6" D × 1.6" W × 1.6" H / 74g
Uniqueness: Packaged plants are all sourced from nature. They vary in sizes, colors and shapes.
Air bubbles: Each sola cube is carefully hand crafted. During the production process, fine air bubbles or powder like materials may occur inside the cube, however, they are considered not defect.
Cleaning: Please wipe off by soft cloth when cleaning.
Use of chemicals: Fine cracks may occur if cleaned by solutions such as thinner or alcohol.
Temperature: Please avoid the direct sunlight or extremely humid atmosphere. They may cause discoloration or small cracks.