In Japanese, it's called the taimu-furoshiki: taimu being "time" and furoshiki being a square cloth that was traditionally used to bundle stuff when going to and returning from public baths. English-speaking fans of the manga/anime Doraemon know it as the Time Cloth, the piece of fabric that the blue robotic cat covers things to move them forward and backward in time. The Doraemon Time Cloth Double-Sided Drawstring Pouch probably won't have the same dramatic effects but it's still a great way to celebrate Doraemon's love for gadgets!
Like the original Time Cloth, this drawstring pouch is two-sided (one blue and one red), both decorated with the white clock faces (the blue side is for going forward in time and the red for going backward). It is made of polyester fabric, it is 19.5 x 19.5 cm (7.6 x 7.6"), and weighs only 10 g (about one third of an ounce), which means you can have it always with you, either empty or filled with all those small items that always seem to end up at the bottom of your bag. Oh, and it comes with two adhesive bandages because, why not?
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