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|3.5 × 8.5 × 1.8 cm (1.4 x 3.3 x 0.7 inches)
|deer leather, Japanese natural lacquer
This adorable small case is designed for the Japanese 'hanko' stamp; a personal signature that is convenient to keep in your purse so you can stamp important documents. As the hanko is very important, this case will keep it protected, and keeps you from losing it. The beautiful INDEN craft will also give a good impression when you're signing important documents. Attached to the case is a tiny red ink pad, so you can use the hanko wherever you are!
A truly Japanese accessory! The cute small case can alternatively keep a small item (usb stick, accessory, key, folded money).
Size: 3.5 × 8.5 × 1.8 cm (1.4 x 3.3 x 0.7 inches)
Koshu Inden is a Japanese craft made of lacquered deerskin with more than 400 years of history from Yamanashi prefecture. The techniques and patterns for making Inden were originally developed to produce certain parts of samurai armor. The same techniques and traditional patterns are still used to create contemporary objects of timeless beauty and high durability.
When Lacquer meets Deerskin
Established in 1582 INDENYA is cultivating a unique craft of coating deer leather with Japanese lacquer. First used to decorate parts of the Samurai armor this technique is now applied to a broad range of accessories and bags.
Deer leather is well known for for soft and light. The lacquer makes it extremely durable and INDENYA products are famous in Japan for their longevity.
INDENYA products are decorated with Japanese traditional as well as contemporary patterns.