Tsuchiya Orimono-sho bento bag (beige)


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他們的網站上,引述了柳宗悅的一段話:「手與機械的差異,在於手是與心直接相連的。手動而心動,手心相應,創造著物件、為動件添上喜悅,同時保守著道德。 而這正是使物品變得美麗的原因。」




Located in Nara, Tsuchiya Orimono-sho is a workshop that produces everyday household items starting from the process of farming its own cotton, to the weaving and dyeing of fabric.

A quote by Yanagi Sōetsu that she posted on the website of Tsuchiya Orimono-sho saying, “The difference between handiwork and machine is the real human touch which is connected straight to the heart. […] The hands follow the heart; together, they create works with elements of joy. Intrinsically the principle and moral of handicraft are upheld, to maintain the authenticity of the works.”

Bento box of any shapes can all fit into this bento bag which is easy to tie up. Just the size of a handkerchief, the bag is very handy when folded up. Now you no longer need an extra bag when doing your grocery shopping. The bag can be used on both sides.

Materials: Linen
Dimensions (Base): Around 11cm×21cm

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