「そのもの」ブランド 博多織ポーチ

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kenjo hakata

Kenjo means "gift" and is the distinctive pattern used by the first lord of Chikuzen Fukuoka clan, Nagamasa Kuroda who presented this beautiful fabric as a gift to the Tokugawa shogunate. The patterns are related to Buddhism beliefs date back to 1600s.

福岡の美しい伝統工芸品博多織を使用した「そのもの」ブランドポーチ

More than 770 years of historical heritage, Hakata-ori cloth is an intangible cultural asset.

The characteristic thick, tightly woven cloth is made by driving strong weft threads into many warp threads creating delicate and beautiful patterns.

Smooth texture, delicate sheen, simple and elegant design for men and woman.

Handle with love

Each pouch is a delicate artwork carefully created by harmonizing silk characteristics with the Hakata traditional motifs. The fabric is treated with water repellant for stains protection but it is not a waterproof product. Avoid stretching and extreme temperatures.

Care instructions

If the fabric gets wet, wipe it off immediately with a soft, dry cloth and leave it in the shade for drying. Protect it from prolonged exposure to intense light and heat. When not in use, store your bag in a dry place.

Size:17.5 cm long × 24.5 cm wide

Material:Outer material / 100% Silk (Hakata-ori)
Interior / Rayon

Retail price:¥8,000 (excluding tax)

Hakata woven pouch / Black

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Hakata woven pouch / White

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Size:17.5 cm long × 24.5 cm wide

Material:Outer material / 100% Silk (Hakata-ori)
Interior / Rayon

Retail price:¥8,000 (excluding tax)

Hakata woven pouch / Black

Order now

Hakata woven pouch / White

Order now

Handle with love

Each pouch is a delicate artwork carefully created by harmonizing silk characteristics with the Hakata traditional motifs. The fabric is treated with water repellant for stains protection but it is not a waterproof product. Avoid stretching and extreme temperatures.

Care instructions

If the fabric gets wet, wipe it off immediately with a soft, dry cloth and leave it in the shade for drying. Protect it from prolonged exposure to intense light and heat. When not in use, store your bag in a dry place.

"Hakata Ori", the jewel of craftsman's skill

Hakata-ori cloth has a history of more than 770 years.
Through the years, skilled craftsmen have refined their skills creating better quality fabric and designs.
According to the story, in 1235 a young Hakata merchant named Mitsuta Yazaemon traveled to China with the monHk Shoichi Kokushi. For six years, Kokushi studied Buddhism while Yazaemon learned various techniques, including ceramics and textiles. When they returned to Japan in 1241, Yazaemon taught his skills to Hakata people with his own designs and began a family business. 250 years later, Yazaemon descendants visited China one more time to study textile production in detail. They modified his ancestor technique and in this manner, Hakata-ori was born.

A gift worthy of a king

In 1600, the lord of Fukuoka clan, Nagamasa Kuroda choose this fabric as his personal offering to the Tokugawa government. Because of this history, even now, the traditional pattern of Hakataori cloth is called "Kenjo-gara," meaning offering pattern.
The design featuring continuous stripes represents Buddhist concepts of "Dokko" and "Hanazara", nowadays is a symbol of prosperity between parents and children.

Excellent craftsmanship & beauty.

Hakata-ori usage was limited to kimonos and traditional clothes. The Somonomo pouch is an adaptation of traditional Japanese textiles beauty to everyday life objects.

Same quality and durability as a kimono belt.

Hakata-ori kimono belts are popular garment due to its durability. The same strength confers a beautiful shape and outstanding firmness.
The elegant color combination allows its use by men and woman.

Excellent craftsmanship & beauty.

Hakata-ori usage was limited to kimonos and traditional clothes. The Somonomo pouch is an adaptation of traditional Japanese textiles beauty to everyday life objects.

Same quality and durability as a kimono belt.

「Hakata-ori kimono belts are popular garment due to its durability. The same strength confers a beautiful shape and outstanding firmness.
The elegant color combination allows its use by men and woman.

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Handle with love

Each pouch is a delicate artwork carefully created by harmonizing silk characteristics with the Hakata traditional motifs. The fabric is treated with water repellant for stains protection but it is not a waterproof product. Avoid stretching and extreme temperatures.

Care instructions

If the fabric gets wet, wipe it off immediately with a soft, dry cloth and leave it in the shade for drying. Protect it from prolonged exposure to intense light and heat. When not in use, store your bag in a dry place.

Size:17.5 cm long × 24.5 cm wide

Material:Outer material / 100% Silk (Hakata-ori)
Interior / Rayon

Retail price:¥8,000 (excluding tax)

Hakata woven pouch / Black

Order now

Hakata woven pouch / White

Order now

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Size:17.5 cm long × 24.5 cm wide

Material:Outer material / 100% Silk (Hakata-ori)
Interior / Rayon

Retail price:¥8,000 (excluding tax)

Hakata woven pouch / Black

Order now

Hakata woven pouch / White

Order now

Handle with love

Each pouch is a delicate artwork carefully created by harmonizing silk characteristics with the Hakata traditional motifs. The fabric is treated with water repellant for stains protection but it is not a waterproof product. Avoid stretching and extreme temperatures.

Care instructions

If the fabric gets wet, wipe it off immediately with a soft, dry cloth and leave it in the shade for drying. Protect it from prolonged exposure to intense light and heat. When not in use, store your bag in a dry place.

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