Useful "Gamaguch" Frame Long Wallet
The mouth widely opens like the open mouth of "Gamagaeru" (toad).
Able to open in a single operation, easy to put in/out.
"Kinran" is a beautiful and luxurious traditional woven cloth which patterns are woven with pieces of gold leaf, gold thread, etc. to the ground tissue such as "Shamon" (twill), "Kohaku" (taffeta), "Shusu" (satin), and "Sha" (silk gauze).
It is flourishingly woven in Nishijin, Kyoto and is still popular today as "Kesa" (vestment of the Japanese Buddhist monk), "Obi" (Kimono belt) and Hina doll's costume.
"Gamaguchi" was brought back from France in the Meiji era and is still popular even today for the user-friendliness and design.
2 pockets for banknote and a central compartment are useful for organizing.
*"Kinran" fabric is a one-of-a-kind item.
Each design is different one by one.
Shipment timing: Ship out within 7 days after receiving the order, when in stock
Weight: (approx.) 135 g
Product size (length, width, depth): (approx.) 10.5 x 19.5 x 1.5cm (When opening, mouth wide 5 cm x 2 places)
Material: Surface: 100% Polyester, Lining: Cotton, Interlining: Paper, Mouthpiece: Iron, Paper Cord
Country of origin: Japan