Variant – Tortoise shell pattern／亀甲地紋 Kikkoujimon
Accessory case with an auxiliary tool and Drawstring
The turtle has long been revered as a symbol of longevity, with the saying, “Cranes last a thousand years, turtles last ten thousand”. The tortoise shell is a symbol of longevity, and the meaning of this symbol is that the blessings of the tortoise extend to all six directions.
In many cases, the turtle shell is used as the outer shell and other crests are placed inside. It is also known as the sacred crest of Izumo Taisha Shrine and Itsukushima Shrine.
It was also used by samurai families.
This is a small accessory case made of Nishijin textile. It can hold three rings (about 16mm). There is an auxiliary tool to keep necklaces on a chain from getting tangled. The auxiliary tool is made of Nishijin textile. The service Drawstring is not made of Nishijin textile. It can hold both the accessory case and the thick necklace smartly. Please enjoy traveling in style with this small bag and accessory case.
(Accessories are not for sale.)
(All products are handmade, it may sometimes difference between a few millimeter)
(Precaution for handing Nishijin textiles)
(Skil tends to stain when it gets wet.
if you get a stains, it is recommended te send it to a specialist for stain removel.