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A simple one button pouch handcrafted from Nishijin-ori silk textile. A "Sukiyabukuro" is originally a small case for carrying items for Japanese tea ceremony. Since each one is handmade, only one stock available.
Nishijin-ori history dated back in the 5th century, and the textile has been widely used for women's kimono obi (belt). Nishijin-ori is elegant and beautiful as well as durable. Nowadays, Nishijin-ori textiles are also utilized for men's neckties and various interior items. The textile of this pouch is woven by an authentic weaver established in Kyoto over 100 years ago (named Segawa textile). The textile designs are inspired from the national treasures stored in Shoso-in storehouse at Todaiji-temple (UNESCO World Heritage) in Nara-city - these designs came from the Silk Road and Persian in acient times.
Please enjoy the elegant silk touch.
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- 5,355 YEN
- Wave (Pink)
Number of Stock: 1 in stock
|Dimensions||Approximately 23cm (W) X 14cm (L) (9" X 5 1/2") X 1.3cm (1/2") (D)|
|Care||Please remove dirts gently with a wet towel.|
|Note||Since handmade, no two are exactly alike.|