Drawstring Kinchaku Pouch


Simple draw string utility pouches that have been crafted from natural dyed hemp, cotton and linen.



Ideal for carrying your daily essentials, travel items or valuables.

The coloured fabrics used for the outer are hand loomed from hemp cotton blended yarn after hand dyeing with natural raw materials. The lining fabrics are undyed in either a twill or plain weave. These raw dye materials have been used for both herbal medicines & dyes for centuries. The draw cord is hand crochet from linen thread and finished off with soap nut beads.

“Kinchaku” means “draw string pouch” in Japanese. In the Japanese Edo period (1603-1868), people carried this style of pouch on their Kimono’s waist belt. The simple design and earthy fabrics make these great for both guys and girls.

approx. 32cm x 24cm

Outer Fabric: 55% Hemp 45% Cotton
Lining fabric: Cotton
Draw Cord: Linen
Beads: Soapnut Seeds

Natural Dyes
Blue : Myrobalan, Indigo
Light Blue : Myrobalan, Indigo
Teal : Pomegranate, Indigo
Green : Pomegranate
Mustard Yellow : Pomegranate
Camel Yellow : Madder,  Pomegranate
Pink : Madder
Rust Brown : Acacia
Brown : Acacia
Khaki Stripe : Pomegranate
Rust Stripe : Acacia, Walnut