Wood handle tote bag upcycled from a Nagoya obi. This bag is lightweight but has a classy appearance.
These round shaped bags with handles are made from small leftover fabrics such as 'haori-machi', 'eri' and 'okumi'.
Kinchakbukuro (drawstring bag) and Sukiyabukuro (sukiya bag) produced from 100-year-old crepe with retro patterns. The beautiful patterns, which do not fade over time, complement the work with their textile printing techniques.
This is a cross body shoulder bag for smartphone, made from kimono fabric. It is lightweight and has a clean and simple design with no waste.
Three new bags were created from a single Hanhaba half-width obi. The two colours were used in a well-balanced way to create a completely different image for each one.