Lovely fresh florals
I tried this fragrance in store the same day I tried Ginza (the first). Ginza is more delicate and subtle, more imperceptible and ordinary, while Ginza Murasaki has a more intense scent and is more durable on my skin. It would have been strange if I didn't like it, since when I looked at the notes later I saw that most of them are my favorites (apple, jasmine, woods, violets…). It opens very fruity, especially noticing the and then there is an evolution towards flowers where some are slightly perceived and the wisteria stands out, which is the one I am least familiar with. When drying, the wood is perceived, but the sandalwood only very slightly. I know it will stand out more when the weather gets warmer but I'm happy with the purchase. For a floral/fruity EDP, it lasts quite well, staying on my skin for 6~7 hours.