OBI Swing Pouch

OBI Pouch-Zipper,coin,key,pill case|Japanese Kimono Obi Remake[15006]Obi Hexagon & Small Chrysanthemum-Red

No.15006

¥5,900(Inc. Tax)

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size Height 6.5 × Width 13 ×Depth 4cm
weight 38g

Original swing pouch by ARI+JAPAN(ARITUS) forming the smart and cute sprit of adventure!!
The roundish and cute form helps to raise up the fun with hanging from the handle of the bag or hooking onto trousers!!
Useful for coin case, key bag, pill case, etc!!

・The front surface of the bag is made from luxuriously obi material used for long-sleeved kimonos.
  The pattern is graceful chrysanthemum flowers with gold, silver and multi color threads on black base.
・The lining is made of red cotton broadcloth as the same as fastener color to enjoy the contrast with the color of the bag.
・ The brand name plate of ARI+JAPAN (ARITUS) is attached with red embroidery thread in four corners.

Material
The material used for outer is from a vintage silk obi.
All other materials are brand new.
The lining is cotton broadcloth.
A thick (No. 5) fastener has been used.
The length of the side chain strap is 18cm.

♡Commitment to the sewing♡
In order to upgrade the quality, we are committed to handmade sewing.
  ●All products are sewed with thick yarn to stitch denim (20s).
  ●All thread ends are made knots in the back.
  ●The lining is carefully stitched with hem stitch followed by back stitch to protect
   from the lining to be caught in fastener.

Additional information: What is gkikko monh (tortoise shell crest/Hexagon Pattern)?
It originates from the year 794 and came from a design of a hexangular figure Luo pattern from the Heian era and adding a tortoise-shell pattern to clothes and furniture. A tortoise is admired in Japan and is a symbol for long life. By using a carapace of a turtle for the pattern and crest, it has the meaning of being lucky as the tortoise has geometry and there is balance from the hexagon, which is a symbol for long life in Japan.

Additional information: What is the origin of the "Furisode" (long-sleeved kimono)?
A Furisode is a long-sleeved kimono and is the most striking type of formal Japanese traditional dress that can be worn at festivals and other formal scenes of unmarried women. The Furisode is a kimono that has the characteristics of particularly long sleeves.
Currently in Japan, a Furisode is usually worn by a 20 year old at her "coming of age" ceremony together with at the banquet of their wedding ceremony.
It was not until the Edo era (1586 ? 1911) that this type of kimono first appeared. During the first half of the Edo era, the sleeves of the formal Japanese dresses that women wore became gradually longer. During the Genroku era (1688 ? 1703) the length of the sleeve was around 55 to 95cm long, but by the end of the Edo era (until 1867) the sleeves grew in length to the region of 95 to 122cm. Then since the Meiji era (1852 to present), the Furisode has evolved to be become a gorgeous formal Japanese dress for unmarried women.

OBI Swing Pouch

OBI Pouch-Zipper,coin,key,pill case|Japanese Kimono Obi Remake[15006]Obi Hexagon & Small Chrysanthemum-Red

No.15006

¥5,900(Inc. Tax)

SOLD OUT

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