salad bread tissue pouch

$25.00

Salad bread, a local bread from Shiga Prefecture that has become a hot topic on TV, has been made into a tissue pouch.

The biggest feature is the salad bread logo, which is well embroidered.
It also has a pocket that can hold small items used by women, such as lipstick and eye drops, as well as a tissue pouch.

It also comes with a chain, so it can be attached to the handle of a bag, making it highly functional.

The back side is finished with a playful design, making this pouch a combination of fun, practicality, and high quality embroidery. Please check out.

*Size: W145 x H105 x D20mm


■What is Machikado Gallery? A brand with a new approach that conveys the charm of the history and culture of Machikado.
The town is full of history and culture.

The miscellaneous goods developed in collaboration with famous restaurants and sweets shops in local towns across Japan will be unique items in the world.
Please enjoy the nostalgic and new art of the town that has continued since the Showa era.

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Salad bread, a local bread from Shiga Prefecture that has become a hot topic on TV, has been made into a tissue pouch.

The biggest feature is the salad bread logo, which is well embroidered.
It also has a pocket that can hold small items used by women, such as lipstick and eye drops, as well as a tissue pouch.

It also comes with a chain, so it can be attached to the handle of a bag, making it highly functional.

The back side is finished with a playful design, making this pouch a combination of fun, practicality, and high quality embroidery. Please check out.

*Size: W145 x H105 x D20mm


■What is Machikado Gallery? A brand with a new approach that conveys the charm of the history and culture of Machikado.
The town is full of history and culture.

The miscellaneous goods developed in collaboration with famous restaurants and sweets shops in local towns across Japan will be unique items in the world.
Please enjoy the nostalgic and new art of the town that has continued since the Showa era.