"Hime-joso" (Mosla dianthera) belongs to Lamiaceae (the Mint family). It is an annual herb that is istributed throughout Japan, the Korean Peninsula, and China. It grows on moist forest edges and roadsides in the mountains and is 20-60 cm in height. It is similar to "Inu-kouju", but it can be distinguished by the few hairs on the whole plant, the ovate-lanceolate leaves, and the serrated teeth are coarse, with 4 to 6 pairs. The white to pale purple labiate flowers come on the tips of the branches from September to October.