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Durable and extremely lightweight, the SIWA passport case, designed by Naoto Fukasawa, is made in Japan from recycling plastic bottles and textiles. Its water resistant, flexible and has a soft, elegant feel. 


Features 6 card slots, one large pocket for boarding pass and a button snap closed pocket for passport. Closed with wrap around strap. 


Made in Japan 


Material: RFP Naoron

RPF Naoron (Recycled PET Fiber Naoron) is a paper created using the washi-suki paper manufacturing method from recycled polyester fibers from used plastic bottles and textile products. While having the distinctive texture of paper, it does not tear easily and is highly water-resistant. RPF Naoron does not emit noxious fumes when burned.

Closed: Height 220mm x Width 115mm (8.66 x 4.52")
Open: Height 220mm x Width 230mm (8.66 x 9")
Weight: 50g (1.8oz)
Comes boxed


Use & Care
Clean with a well wrung out, damp cloth
Do not iron or wash

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SIWA, Japan

Located in Ichikawamisato, Yamanashi, which boasts a 1000-year history of making paper, the traditional Japanese paper (washi) maker ONAO and famed industrial designer Naoto Fukasawa have collaborated to create the SIWA series of accessories.

Using Naoron - a hard-to-tear paper specially developed by ONAO - Fukasawa discerned that the special texture of Naoron emerged when the paper was crumpled, and suggested designs for everyday goods that harnessed this.

The name SIWA is a play on the word washi (wasi) and a word meaning "crinkle" in Japanese. As with leather goods, these washi products are lovingly, individually crafted.

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