Vintage Cotton Komebukuro Rice Bag
Komebukuro drawstring bags were traditionally used to take offerings of rice or dried beans to temples or shrines. This is a mid 20th century example made from unused remnants of striped and kasuri (ikat) cotton, There's also one piece of printed cotton and a lightweight cotton stripe which is quite stained. It's unlined but has a plain white cotton interfacing around the opening. The loops and string cord are all intact. The loop cord has been made from kimono stitching threads twisted together. It's 31 cm high and the base is 14cm x 16cm.
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