OBI Tote bag & Slanted Clutch

OBI Vertical Square Shoulder Tote Bag-Two-Face for B5|Japanese Kimono Obi Remake[14042]Hakata-obi B-Red

No.14042

¥37,000(Inc. Tax)

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size Height 30.5 × Width 36 × Thickness 6cm / H 12 × W 14.2 × T 2.4 inch
weight 290g / 0.64lb
handle Wide 1 × Length 46 × Height 21cm / W 0.4 × L18.1 × H 8.3 inch

Tote bag of marvelously light is the only one original in the world!!
Two-face bag to make us enjoy the two different patterns!!
Multiple usage bag from fashionable to ordinary occasion, business scene and commuting!
Capable for documents and magazines for B5 size!

~ Japanese Vintage Kimono Obi remake!Original handmade tote bag ~

・A vintage Hakata-obi with two-face of gkikko monh (tortoise shell crest/Hexagon Pattern) and that of Hakata-Kenjoe-ori(Stripe)
・All other materials are brand new.
・The lining is made of orange cotton broadcloth which has 4 pockets in red color.
・The handle of the shoulder bag is made from the natural cow skin and the back side of it are carefully treated, there are no fluff.
・Reinforcement plate of the bottom keeps the shape stable.
・A magnetic hook is put on the facing.

MaterialBody ・Face:a vintage Hakata Obi - silk 100%
・Lining:cotton 100%
Handle Natural cow skin
Facing & Bottom Blue denim
Pocket Inside pocket:4
Made in Japan

 

♡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.

Additional information: What is Hakata-Kenjoe-ori (woven textile) ?
A Hakata-ori textile refers to a silk textile which is a local speciality, mainly from the Hakata district of Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture. When a Hakata merchant called Yazaemon Mitsuda (1202-1282), came back to Japan with Enni (Benen) from Liu Song Dynasty in 1241 during the Kamakura era, he brought back a Chinese weaving technique which became the beginning of the Hakata-Kenjoe-ori textile which has the characteristics of sturdy tightness.

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.

OBI Tote bag & Slanted Clutch

OBI Vertical Square Shoulder Tote Bag-Two-Face for B5|Japanese Kimono Obi Remake[14042]Hakata-obi B-Red

No.14042

¥37,000(Inc. Tax)

SOLD OUT

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