Japan’s traditional hemp leaf pattern
The basic shape is a hexagon with a geometric form, and there are various types that resemble the shape of leaves. During the Heian period, it was used as a pattern for the clothing of Buddhist statues and gradually became popular. In the Edo period, it became a popular pattern for kimonos and a standard pattern for baby’s first clothes. It is used as a pattern in family crests, divine crests, traditional crafts, and in various other scenes in general.
The denim edging Is presented using the proper names of Japanese traditional colors (Sakura, Yomogi, Coral, Celadon). The designs of Japanese traditional patterns are superb and highly acclaimed worldwide. Furthermore, they convey people’s wishes to the present day, such as abundant harvests, good fortune, children’s growth, family health and longevity, academic success, household safety, prosperity of descendants, and improvement in arts and entertainment.
By blending the feel of Japan with that of the West, we have dyed the denim edging in each vivid color and combined it with the traditional komon pattern [Hemp Leaf Komon], Omiya edging, and Asagiri, and tailored it simply and stylishly. It is very lightweight and is widely used in Japan by athletes and others when going out in stylish Japanese attire or when going out in a kimono.
This product is unisex.
The wallet can also store a mobile phone and is used when going out, for both private and work purposes. The uniquely Japanese clasp is made of the highest quality Tochigi leather, and the uses vary, including as a jewelry case, medicine container, or a pick holder for guitarists.
Quality Assurance & Safety [Japan Certification]
The product has no issues when subjected to the formaldehyde test, which is a regulatory requirement for household goods containing hazardous substances. Although the tatami edging is a tatami material, it clears the standards on the premise that it will come into direct contact with the skin.