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Fujiyama Homme (1996)
by Succès de Paris


Fujiyama Homme information

Year of Launch1996
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 24 votes)

People and companies

HouseSuccès de Paris
PackagingPierre Dinand

About Fujiyama Homme

A fresh fragrance that according to SdP "suits every man: the modern and sporting man as well as the business men."

Fujiyama Homme fragrance notes

Reviews of Fujiyama Homme

dreese Show all reviews
United States
This scent is extremely close in fragrance to Issey Miyake. There is, thankfully, a softer edge to the Yuzu and Bamboo that makes Fujiyama slightly more palatable. Where Issey smells like an antiseptic citric cleaning fluid on me, Fujiyama smells more like bamboo, clover, vetiver, and a pimento twist. Those who appreciate this sort of scent will like Fujiyama. For me personally, not so much.
16th February, 2014
Amazing fragrance. Has weak longevity; overall, Issey Miyake all the way.
16th March, 2013
Tony T Show all reviews
United States
very well done issey miyake remake. sells for under 13 bucks everywhere!!
07th March, 2013
This one is OK if you can get it for a low price. It actually smells pretty good. A fresh out of the shower smell. I had this for a while and haven't used it in a while. It's a good blind buy because it isn't one of the cloying fragrances.
03rd October, 2012
nice lemony opening followed by absolutely nothing on me. Not even to the point of having low projection, but not being able to smell it at all when close to the wrist I had sprayed it. Having said that, it is a nice cheap scent to use after a shower and feels really good, but only for about half an hour
18th March, 2012
Comes on very strongly with a harsh lemon and citrus bite that quickly adapts to the skin and holds a rather pleasant citrus aquatic for the first few minutes that seems to flicker in and out. Develops into a refreshing and spicy scent in the middle notes that also reveals its synthetic core, not for the faint of heart but considering its price and nature, not at all as bad as some would imply here. Has very low projection until about 15 minutes in, when it suddenly awakens for a very under-appreciated and beautifully refreshing vetiver dry-down that projects better than other aquatics 4 times the price. The dry-down lasts until about the 90 minute mark, when it begins to dramatically fade, and by the two hour mark is distinctly faint and on life support. Don´t expect anything more than two hours, this is one of many cheaper, more synthetic, inorganic colognes , but despite that maintains a bit of quality as a nice, cheap aquatic alternative for the budget minded consumer.
Refreshing and inoffensive, if not a bit watered-down, but for the price and understanding its limitations, this is a solid purchase for those who enjoy aquatic fragrances. One of the better dry-downs among the aquatic family tree, and not as linear as many of its competitors. Has a bit of personality, not so fast writing this one off.
22nd April, 2011

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