A traditional Japanese drawstring bag used by both women and men to carry small personal belongings: one's essentials, bento lunch box and utensils around. The Kinchaku became an iconic Japanese fashion accessory from the Edo era through the Meiji period until today.
Made from leftover fabric from kimono making, kinchaku bags are synonymous with waste recycling and eco-friendly fashion. We will implement and spread the good qualities of environmental protection, conservation and recycling. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!