Material: 78% POLYESTER 22% NYLON
Color: SILVER x BLACK
Size: H: 13cm, W: 22cm, D: 10cm, Handle: 28cm
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.
Based on gold and silver thread, which originated in Kyoto as obi and kimono and flourished as a representative traditional culture, we use lame thread developed with cutting-edge technology and combine it with standard polyester thread to create a checkered pattern knitted fabric. .
Using a special knitting machine, one of only a few in Japan, we take advantage of its ability to create detailed patterns that cannot be reproduced with regular knitting machines, and use intarsia knitting to create detailed patterns.
This knit bag is made of a sturdy material that has a sense of tension, yet is lightweight, and the rib structure of the main body provides plenty of horizontal elasticity, making it easy to use and has more storage capacity than it looks.
A shell button is attached to the part that closes the bag mouth.
Made in Japan