Sakura / Cherry Blossom – Flower Candle Jar (Limited Edition)

$36.00 USD $40.00 USD

Spring is in full bloom with our best selling floral scents in a new, limited edition candle jar-just for this season! 

Symbolic of spring and new beginnings, Sakura is Japan's national flower. It smells exactly how it's described—  floral, timeless, and fresh. Our Sakura scent is unique, complemented with notes of bergamot and hinoki to create an elevated aroma and atmosphere. 

  • 6.5 oz natural soy candle in a limited edition, ceramic flower jar
  • Lead-free cotton wick for a clean, calm flame
  • Up to 45 hours of burn time
  • Hand poured in micro-batches in NYC

Mood: Delicate & Floral
Smells Like: Cherry Blossom, Magnolia, Sandalwood

Mood: Delicate & Floral
Smells Like: Cherry Blossom, Magnolia, Sandalwood
Candle Size: 6.5 oz
Burn Time: up to 80 hours

SHIPPING DIMENSIONS

Box: 4 in x 4 in x 4in

Our soy wax candles are:

-toxin-free
-gluten-free
-paraben-free
-phthalate-free
-cruelty free
-vegan

-All manufacturing supplies are responsibly sourced, with fair wages for employees throughout the supply chain and carbon footprint top of mind

-All of our shipping materials are recyclable

-We encourage you to re-use each candle vessel- check out our social media for ways to clean out your jar or tin once you've finished burning it

-Every candle is hand poured in micro-batches in NYC

What is Sakura?

Cherry blossoms, or sakura, are a symbol of spring in Japan and are deeply ingrained in Japanese culture. The cherry blossom is Japan's national flower and has been celebrated for centuries. The flower is associated with renewal and the fleeting nature of life, as the blossoms only last a few weeks before falling to the ground.

In Japan, cherry blossom viewing, or hanami, is a popular pastime. People gather under cherry blossom trees to picnics, drink sake, and celebrate the arrival of spring. The tradition is said to have originated in the 8th century, when aristocrats and samurai enjoyed viewing the cherry blossoms as a symbol of their wealth and power.

The cherry blossom tree is also a symbol of love and has been featured in many works of art, literature, and film. In modern times, the cherry blossom tree is a popular tourist attraction in Japan and can be found in many public parks and gardens. The trees are also cultivated in many other countries around the world, including the United States.

What does EMME's Sakura smell like?

Our Sakura scent is delicate and floral, just like the flower. With top notes of bergamot and hinoki, the scent profile is rounded out with the light but unmistakable freshness of cherry blossom petals in bloom. EMME's Sakura makes it feel like spring in any space, and creates an amazing, calming atmosphere.


Candle care is crucial for maintaining the quality and longevity of your favorite candles, whether they have cotton or wood wicks. Here's how to ensure you get the most out of your candle experience:

For Cotton Wicks:

Trim the Wick: Before each use, trim the cotton wick to about 1/4 inch to prevent excessive smoking and soot buildup. A trimmed wick ensures a cleaner burn and minimizes the risk of uneven flames.

Avoid Tunneling: During the first burn, allow the candle to melt across the entire surface to prevent tunneling, where wax accumulates around the wick, leaving wax along the edges. This promotes an even burn throughout the life of the candle.

Burn Time: Limit each burn session to 3-4 hours to prevent overheating and extend the lifespan of your candle. Extinguish the flame when it reaches the recommended time and allow the candle to cool before relighting.

Avoid Drafts: Keep the candle away from drafts or breezy areas to ensure an even burn and prevent flickering or uneven melting.

Extinguish Safely: Use a snuffer or gently blow out the flame to extinguish the candle instead of blowing on it, which can cause wax splatter or smoke.

For Wood Wicks:

Trim the Wick: Wood wicks typically don't require trimming like cotton wicks. However, ensure that the wick is no longer than 1/4 inch before lighting to prevent excessive flickering and uneven burning.

First Burn: Allow the candle to burn until the wax pool reaches the edge of the container to prevent tunneling and ensure an even burn in subsequent uses.

Burn Time: Similar to cotton wicks, limit each burn session to 3-4 hours to prevent overheating and maintain the integrity of the wood wick.

Mind the Ash: After extinguishing the flame, if there's any ash buildup on the wood wick, gently break it off before relighting to ensure a clean burn.

Safety First: Always place the candle on a heat-resistant surface and away from flammable materials. Monitor the candle while it's burning, especially if it's a wood-wicked candle, as the flame may be larger and more visible.

By following these simple tips, you'll maximize the enjoyment of your candles, whether they feature cotton or wood wicks, while ensuring safety and longevity.

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