SIWA | Pass Case
SIWA | Pass Case
SIWA | Pass Case
SIWA | Pass Case

SIWA | Pass Case

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Really slim and compact. Holds card-sized items in one place. Recommended for those who want to make their wallets as small as possible.

SIWA Pass Case

As thin and smart as possible. However, it can keep necessary things in order. SIWA Flat Series" is a new series of SIWA products for familiar things. We created this series for people who want to carry around only the things they need in a slim way.

This "Pass Case" is a sleeve case for carrying credit cards, bank cards, Suica and other transportation cards, medical examination tickets, and insurance cards in a thin and compact manner.

It is thin and slim, and is a simple storage case that allows you to quickly take out what you have stored. It is also surprisingly lightweight, weighing only 7 grams, with the good texture and feel of Japanese paper. But it is designed to be easy to use with plenty of storage pockets.

In addition to the two card pockets, the other pocket can hold folded bills, receipts, or receipts. We recommend this minimalist card case for those who want to keep their wallet and money stuff as compact as possible.

The main body is made of Hard Naoron, a durable Japanese paper. The more you use it, the better it will feel to the touch and the more its texture will improve. It is a slim and minimalist storage case that you can use not only for travel and business trips, but also in your daily life.

As all products are handmade, the color, texture, and specifications may vary slightly.

Product Information
Size: H70 x W105 mm
Weight: 7 grams
Material: Hard Naoron 
Storage: Card pocket x 3
Country of origin: Made in Japan

From a washi-making area with a history of 1,000 years.

Ichikawa Daimon, region of Kai.
This village, blessed with lofty peaks and clear water, has been known as a production center for washi since the Heian period (794-1185). The Shosoin Repository records that hemp, the raw material for paper, was delivered from Kai to the Imperial Court in 756. After that, Ichikawa Daimon's washi was recognized as the official paper of the Takeda clan and the Edo Tokugawa shogunate, and continued to develop.

The history of Onao, a manufacturer of washi, has been in step with the history of the paper industry in Ichikawa Daimon. In recent years, we have incorporated new technology into our tradition to develop paper that can be used for interior decoration and miscellaneous goods.

The new paper developed by Onao is called "Naoron," which combines the excellent properties of washi with durability. Together with Mr. Naoto Fukasawa, an industrial designer from Yamanashi Prefecture, created a product using the new washi developed by Onao. These are the "SIWA".