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- Description: Traditional Japanese handbag/pouch, kinchaku, used to carry personal items such as money, medicine, cosmetics, good-luck charms, and bento boxes. They are made in various sizes from various materials, and often feature decorative designs. Commonly featuring a drawstring, they became a fashion icon among the wealthy during the Edo period. Although western style handbags have become common, kinchaku are still used to carry items such as bento boxes and gym clothes.
For more information, visit: http://www.designbyaika.com/sashiko-discussions/kinchaku-drawstring-bag/
- Types of Kinchaku and How to Make Them (in Japanese)
- Lesson Plans (All are in PDF format)
- Standard Reference
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