Fully lined and built to last, you’ll enjoy this little wallet for years. It's a perfect size to fit in your pocket with a high-quality zipper closure and interior pocket for keeping things organized. Nami, or wave pattern, was commonly used on armor and banners during the Sengoku Era in the 16th and 17th centuries, as battling soldiers resembled moving waves. It was also used in shrines to represent gods of the sea. The Nami pattern represents unity and strength. 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 4.5″ W 4″