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Regular price ¥28,000 JPY
Regular price Sale price ¥28,000 JPY
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*If out of stock, it will be made to order. After your purchase is complete, our craftsmen will painstakingly create each item one by one . Therefore, you may have to wait about a month for delivery. We will contact you regarding the estimated delivery date to the email address you registered as a member at the time of purchase.

A minimalist wallet made from thin, supple and strong leather using a technique called ``beta pasting'' that requires skilled craftsmanship . A custom-made item created by craftsmen at Japan's oldest men's leather accessory workshop, which has been in business for over 100 years. A one-of-a-kind piece with a slim, slim shape that gives you a sense of minimal beauty. Can also store business card size cards.

[Specification details]
Dimensions: 6.5 cm x 11 cm x 0.4 cm (when closed)
Number of cards that can be stored: 6 credit cards, 20 business cards
Country of origin: Japan
Material: Cowhide (both outer and interior leather are made of cowhide)

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[Japanese craftsmanship used to make this product]
Solid paste:
A technique in which two thin pieces of leather are pasted together by a craftsman to create the appearance of a single piece of leather. By gluing each part together to create a single thin piece of leather, the result is a rubber-like flexibility and high strength finish without losing the texture of the leather. Through years of trial and error, we have achieved the thinness of the leather when bonded together, and the strength that prevents the leather from peeling off even when folded, using a unique solid bonding technique that is recognized throughout the world.

A process in which the cross section of the leather is polished repeatedly by hand using cloth. Because it is a time-consuming and labor-intensive technique, it is rarely practiced around the world. Most products on the market use a finishing technique that involves applying paint to the cross section of the leather. The cross-section of the leather, which has been polished over time and effort, has a natural luster and a beautiful, durable finish.

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