Kinchaku — a unique drawstring satchel with a modern design approach that comes in three sizes. Each one is an original that can be used for gifting Kantu products as well as for your precious items—be it mala beads, yoga altar pieces, make up or anything dear to your heart that deserves special care. The satchel easily fits into your bag, will keep items organised and… Uplift your spirit.
Each piece in the Kantu Kinchaku Collection is inspired by traditional Japanese textiles and has a history—real silk fabric from an original Japanese kimono is used in the making of one. Kinchaku were typically worn with a kimono, which was given as a gift of great recognition and respect. The name is derived from two words, kin meaning “fabric” and chaku meaning “to put on”. Used to carry one’s essentials, bento lunch box and utensils around, the Kinchaku became an iconic Japanese fashion accessory from the Edo era through the Meiji period.
Hand wash in lukewarm water, mild soap.
Do not wring. Hang to dry.
Silk, cotton, wool, rayon, mixed fabrics