＜Available only at Cohana Nihonbashi Store & Cohana Online Store＞
Sewing Box finished with Chiyogami made by Haibara, a long-established Japanese paper company.
Sewing box is finished with Haibara Chiyogami. Designed to fit necessary tools neatly. A removable tray inside divides the sewing box into two sections. The tray slides inside the box. A brightly colored synthetic leather sheet is padded inside the tray. The soft-to-the-touch sheet protects your valuable tools.
KUMIKI：Wooden Puzzles Fun geometric pattern with a motif of Japanese traditional craft wooden
This pattern represents the abundance of fruitfulness, and is auspicious for good luck and good fortune to ward off misfortune.
ONAGADORI & BOTAN：Long-tailed Roosters & Peonies This gorgeous pattern depicts long-tailed roosters and peonies, which are symbols of wealth, nobility, and prosperity.
Red Sho-Chiku-Bai SHOCHIKUBAI is a pattern of combination of three auspicious symbols: pine, bamboo, and plum with a wish for the spread of peaceful days.
Blue Sho-Chiku-Bai SHOCHIKUBAI is a pattern of combination of three auspicious symbols: pine, bamboo, and plum with a wish for the spread of peaceful days.
Chiyogami｜HAIBARA Co., Ltd.／Nihonbashi, Tokyo
Haibara is a traditional Japanese paper Washi company in business for more than 200 years in Nihonbashi, Tokyo. Since its establishment in the late Edo period, the company has commissioned illustrators and artists of the time to create original designs for their chiyogami. The prints are available even today. Haibara Chiyogami has been loved by many people throughout the ages. During the Meiji period (1868-1912), when Japan was civilized and opened to the world, its exquisite beauty was highly appreciated in foreign countries, and it played a role in driving Japonism in Western Europe.
All measurements are for reference. Please note in advance that the actual dimensions and weight of the product may slightly vary.
Box Inner Dimensions
Tray Inner Dimensions
Paper, Polyester, Polyurethane
Each piece of chiyogami paper is printed by hand, so colors and patterns may vary from piece to piece.
Chiyogami paper may fade or migrate in color due to friction.
Water damage may cause the chiyogami paper to peel off.
The box may be damaged or deformed with a strong impact or pressure.
Storing in direct sunlight or in high temperature and humidity may cause discoloration, deformation, or mold.
The synthetic leather insole of the inside tray will fade or stain when wet with water or sweat.
The synthetic leather may wear and become fluffier with repeated friction.