Long leather wallet made in Japan ASAGASUMI
A long leather wallet with SHO-SO-IN pattern that makes you feel the history of NARA, JAPAN in a reasonable price. The SHO-SO-IN pattern is a pattern often found in the treasures stored in the treasure house "SHO-SO-IN" in TODAIJI Temple's great Buddha hall that stores approx. 9,000 treasures. The SHO-SO-IN pattern is used in various textiles and dyed products even today however only HARUHINO is engraved on the leather. ASAGASUMI collection is a little reasonable for young generation, still a perfect gift for the one who deserve to have!
Size: Width 19.5cm/approx.7.6inch
Selection of 3 Colors: skyblue, pink and light green
Made in: Nara Prefecture, Japan
Important note: Please note that customs charge or taxes are not included in our product price. Any customs charges or taxes upon delivery are solely the responsibility of the customer.
Features of product:
Colorful and stylish shaped long wallet that luxurious use of high-quality leather enriches the embossed pattern. The wallet has 8 inner card slots and 7 other use slots and these are all made by leather. Using a high-quality inner cloth with a beautiful pattern printed and you can enjoy the traditional Japanese atmosphere.
If you have any questions or concerns, don't check-out before asking us. We will try to reply as soon as possible. Contact us!
Please note that due to COVID-19 Japan Post has announced that they have had impacts on their delivery services and shipping overseas. Under the circumstances, there are some countries that have possibilities of delays or some areas where EMS or DHL are currently not available.
Please note that Customs charges or taxes are not included in our product price. Any customs charges or taxes upon delivery are solely the responsibility of the customer.
We have no control over these charges and we are unable to tell you what the cost would be as customs policies and import duties vary widely from country to country. For more information on current charges you would need to contact your local customs office.
Thank you for your understanding.
Koh & Yoshi /Director