A beautiful pouch to use on its own as a purse or to help organize things within a larger handbag. This patterned fabric was hand-printed in Kyoto. It depicts tsubaki, or Camellia flowers, which have been a popular symbol in Japan since the 17th century. Because the flowers fall off all at once rather than petal by petal, they had a strong association with Samurai and warriors. Nowadays, they are a symbol of beauty, love, and longing. Made in the USA using traditional Japanese fabrics.
“Love them. Wear them. Hand them down.” That’s Kiriko’s motto and we couldn’t agree more. Based in Portland, Oregon, Kiriko makes textiles that combine American and Japanese craftsmanship, mixing traditional patterns and heritage fabrics.
- Designer: Kiriko
- Country of Design: United States
- Materials: Cotton exterior, canvas lining, YKK zipper, hand-dyed embossed leather
- Measurements: L 12″ W 7″ D 3"