OBI Mini pouch-Japan Kimono Obi Handmade Remakeaccessory case,Cosmetic pouch,Gorgeous,Two-Face-Big Flower pattern [aritus]
|Price|| 11,070 YEN
|Stock||1 in stock
Delivery : Estimated delivery dates - include handling time, origin ZIP Code, destination ZIP Code and time of acceptance and will depend on shipping service selected and receipt of cleared payment. Delivery times may vary, especially during peak periods. Estimated between 04/28/2018 and 05/05/2018
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D3cm / H3.7 ×
A one of a kind luxurious pouch bag with no two bags the same!!
The pouch bag is cushioned for extra durability.
Useful Cosmetic pouch,accessory case for coin, key, pill,etc !!
～ Japanese Vintage Kimono Obi remake！Original handmade mini pouch ～
The front of the bag is made from an obi material used for
long-sleeved kimonos which have been luxuriously hand embroidered
with gold thread, together with multi coloured threads.
A strong red nylon twill is used on the back and bottom of
the bag to join it together.
The lining of the bag is lime coloured cotton broadcloth .
There is a swivel strap at the tip of the chain enabling you
to hang the handle anywhere you please.
The material used for the front is from a vintage silk obi.
All other material is brand new.
A strong red nylon twill is used on the back and bottom
of the bag to join it together.
A thick number 45fastener has been used.
The length of the side chain strap is 18cm.
What is the origin of the “Furisode”(long-sleeved kimono)?
Furisode (long sleeve kimono) is the most gorgeous type of formal Japanese dress
that can be worn in festivals and in other formal scenes by unmarried women.
Characteristic of the Furisode are the sleeves "tamoto" which is particularly long.
Opportunity to wear Furisode in this present time is by 20 year old's "coming of age"
ceremony followed by banquet of the wedding ceremony.
It was not until the Edo era (1586- 1911) that kimono that
we now call furisode first appeared. During the first half of the Edo era,
the sleeves of the formal Japanese dresses that women wore became gradually longer.
During Genroku era (1688- 1703) the length of a sleeve was approximately from 55cm to 95cm
but by the end stage of Edo era (until 1867) the length of a sleeve
was approximately from 95cm to 122cm. Ever since the Meiji era (1852- ),
the furisode became a gorgeous formal Japanese dress for unmarried women.
☆ Commitment to the sewing ☆
In order to upgrade the quality, we are committed to handmade sewing.
●All products are sewed with thick yarn to stitch denim (20s).
●All thread ends are made knots in the back.
●The lining is carefully stitched with hem stitch followed by back stitch
to protect from the lining to be caught in fastener.
♡Sewing process of pouch♡
①Sew around the the front of the pouch.
③Join the lining to the finished outer material by hem stitch followed by back stitch.
Shipping and Delivery Schedule
This product can be shipped worldwide.The shipping charge including full value of insurance by EMS. Expected shipping date will be:
Asia (2 - 9 days): from US$ 7
USA, Australia, Canada (2 - 6days) : From US$ 14
Europe United Kingdom ,Germany, France Rissian Federation (2 - 6days) : From US$ 22
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Returns & Refunds
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Shipping fee & Restocking fee
You will be responsible for paying for your own shipping costs for returning your item. Shipping costs are nonrefundable. If you receive a refund, the cost of return shipping will be deducted from your refund. Returned products are subject to a 15% of the purchase amount called "re-stocking fee". This fee will be deducted from the refund of your purchase price. Read more