Say "Thank you" and "I appreciate you" in a stylish way!
This is a set of 2 petite bags called "Pochibukuro" in Japanese, which are perfect for holding coins and bills.
"Pochi" is a Kansai dialect word meaning "congratulations" or "gratuity".
It has a humble meaning of "this little" or "it's not much," and is ideal for giving to children, thanking them, or paying small membership fees.
The simple design makes it easy to use in any situation, and it is also recommended to add a single message to the petite bags.
Why not keep a few of them in your bag and pay your bills in a chic way when the time comes?
|Country of origin||Saitama, Japan|
|Material||Torinoko Japanese paper, Water-drying, Mica|
|Size||W4.72 * D2.76 in. (W12 * D7 cm)|
|Delivery Time||1-2 weeks (if out of stock + 1-2 weeks)|
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