Material: 50% POLYESTER 26% ACRYLIC 24% NYLON
Size: H: 17cm, W: 25cm, D: 10cm, Handle: 34cm
A bag with a distinctive handle that resembles a tied obi, designed with inspiration from the obi of a kimono.
In Japanese clothing, including the kimono, ``tying'' and ``wearing'' have a history of being synonymous, and the design is based on the concept of ``tying,'' which is one of the Japanese identities.
We use a special knitting machine, which is only available in a few machines in Japan, and take advantage of its ability to create detailed patterns that cannot be reproduced with regular knitting machines, creating a rib-like knitted fabric with a color scheme on the front and back sides.
The METALLIC series uses lame thread developed using cutting-edge technology, based on gold and silver thread, which originated in Kyoto to make obi and kimono and has flourished as a representative traditional culture.
This knit bag is made of a stretchy material but is lightweight, does not stretch vertically but has plenty of horizontal stretch, and is easy to use with a storage capacity that exceeds its appearance.
A shell button is attached to the part that closes the bag mouth.
Made in Japan