Antique Japanese Brown Sakabukuro (Sake Straining Bag)
*Sakabukuro was dyed with kakishibu (persimmon tannins) and used in sake making. Repeated use required mendings and original hand stitching which make them absolutely one of a kind.
*The fabric is cotton 100% and very thick.
*Due to the nature of antique/handmade textiles, there may be color variations, spots or marks.
There is no zipper. Because this product was originally a long bag, its functionality is preserved by simply tucking in the open end over the pillow insert.
Approx 11 x 22 inches
Synthetic Down (Polyester Fiber)
Spot or dry clean only