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Fujiyama By Succes De Paris For Men. Eau De Toilette Spray 3.3 Ounces

Introduced in 1995. Fragrance notes: fresh and citrus notes. Recommended use: daytime.When applying any fragrance please consider that there are several factors which can affect the natural smell of your skin and, in turn, the way a scent smells on you.  For instance, your mood, stress level, age, body chemistry, diet, and current medications may all alter the scents you wear.  Similarly, factor such as dry or oily skin can even affect the amount of time a fragrance will last after being applied

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Honest reviews


Smells great and awesome price!

This has a very fruity some what sporty smell to it and is very unique. I love the smell and recommend trying it out if your into fruity sporty smells. I only give it 4 stars because of the duration it lasts. You get about 4 hours tops out of a couple sprays, still a great deal for this price though!

Petra Mount Wilson, CA

Odd at First, but Dries Down Nicely

Fujiyama Homme and Fujiyama Gentleman were two more recent additions to my cologne collection, I couldn’t decide between Homme and Gentleman and for such a low price for a whopping 3.4 ounces, my logic immediately became the same as that of the young latina girl from the Old El Paso taco commercials; “Por que no los dos?” So, I got both. At first, I really didn’t like Fujiyama Homme. The scent right off the bat wasn’t too pleasant, but after some time it dried down to something different that I liked much, much more.The bottles for the Fujiyama fragrances are pretty spiffy and well made. The glass is nice and thick, and mas more of a misty matted finish to it. Pretty cool. The sprayer works perfectly and lodged between the two “pillar” like structures. Yeah the sprayer and cap are flimsy plastic but, can’t have it all for around ten bucks right? I have had no trouble with the sprayer so if it works I’m happy. Fujiyama definitely puts their juices in some of the neater bottles on the market in my opinion.Fujiyama Homme is clasified as a fresh woody fragrance. The top notes are mint, bamboo and cloves. The middle notes are nutmeg, geranium, cedar and red pepper. The base notes are vetiver, benzoin and cardamom. Right out of the nozzle, the mint and cloves (to me) sort of just sucker punch your sinuses. It’s not the best combination and while it doesn’t smell BAD, it doesn’t smell great either. Like a strange combination of mint gum and spices; it’s more strange than anything else. Now this fragrance needs to be given time don’t judge it too quickly becuase after it has had time to settle on the skin it becomes something else. It’s then that the cedar, red pepper, start to come out to round off the mint and cloves into something much cleaner and sweeter. Once the base notes come in Fujiyama Homme becomes much less harsh and really rounds out into a fresher, more balanced woody scent. I think the majority of men will enjoy the scent once it has dried down.Fujiyama Homme is definitely a work/casual fragrance. This is not something to wear to something more formal or romantic. I think season-wise you have some more leeway. I would honestly say this fragrance is predominantly for spring and summer, but if you wore it during the start of fall I don’t think anyone but the cologne connnisuers would give you funny looks. To be fair I wear whatever cologne when I want. The way I see it if you smell nice, you smell nice that’s it. Granted I won’t be so keen to pick my Nautica during the chill of December, but hey, whatever.To sum it up, Fujiyama Homme is worth a shot if you got some extra cash lying around. Fujiyama Homme isn’t the cream of the crop with colognes by any stretch of the imagination, but it’s projection and sillage are much stronger than most for its price point; much more so than Gentleman which seems to die somewhat fast but I’ve owned worse in that regard. I would put Homme around the five hour projection mark, certainly more than four, but six is a bit much. But for ten bucks or so, just re-apply no big deal! Not a shabby scent!

Ava Carlock, IL

Fujiyama By Succes De Paris For Men. Eau De Toilette Spray doesnt last long

Smell too muck like alcohol and dont last to long probably 1 hour at the most.Would not recommend to no one

Jolene Burton, MI

Took a chance…and I am glad I did!

I was shopping on for another fragrance, and this scent was listed as a recommendation. I decided to order it because it was so inexpensive, and I figured I would give it a try. I would definitely order it again or give it as a gift. It is very light and pleasant – not at all musky, but very clean smelling – fresh and not offensive. When I would wear this, I would get a lot of compliments. I finished the bottle a while ago – I will eventually order it again.

Shelby Bausman, PA

Fujiyama is undeniable

Fujiyama colognes (or, EDTs) are some most elegant, fresh colognes available on the market. I’m a big fan of Kenzo and Issey Miyake fragrances and honestly, they are perhaps more elegant and demure. But when you need something that smells fresh and distinct, you’ll simply not find any fragrance comparable to Fujiyama. Of course this can’t touch something like Creed Erolfa. The material quality is unmistakable in a high-end fragrance like that. But the Fujiyama fragrances are STUNNING for the price. Check out Green, Gentleman, Private. They are all absolutely subtle, pleasant, and comment-worthy. That’s a GREAT claim to fame for fragrances in this price range. Buy them, try them and ENJOY!!!

Alyson Spring Glen, PA

after shave

yuck yuck, does not smell nice. I gave it away and don’t like the smell at all. Will not buy it again. Cheap

Renee West Newton, PA