black crosspiece leather
Kuro Zan Kaku
The roots of black leather are said to date back to the Sengoku period.
Lacquered leather is difficult to cut with a blade, so it was used by military commanders.
There is evidence that it was used for the connecting parts of armor.
In modern times, it was used to decorate high-quality trunks used in kendo.
A fusion of Japan's "tanning technology" and "lacquering technology"
Himeji Kurozan Leather is now used to make wallets and accessories by taking advantage of its characteristics.
It is resistant to friction and is also called the [leather black diamond], and it looks like a small leather
It shines as if it were studded with diamonds.
"Tanning technology" that brings out the charm of natural leather
“Strict coating techniques that take advantage of the beauty of the leather’s finely grained surface”
It is a work of art created using two techniques.
Approximately W19 x H9 x D1.2cm
Weight: about 100g
Opening/closing part: Cover type
Billfold: 1 room
Card slot: 4 rooms
Pocket: Inside x 3
Country of origin: Japan
Material: Cowhide (steer, tanned, lacquered), cowhide (smooth, chrome tanned)
Comes with a vanity case