Aderia Retro Glass Pouch Hanamawashi

1970s-style glass theme bag organizer

That the Japanese love flowers is well known: even the national seal of the country is a flower (a 16-petal chrysanthemum, to be exact). From their local flowers to those that arrived in the country after it opened its doors to the West, the Japanese appreciate them all and have been using them as decorative patterns from time immemorial, adopting new styles as they come along. The flowers on the Aderia Retro Glass Pouch Hanamawashi are one such case, the result of a traditional glass company adopting the aesthetic of the 1960s and 1970s.

You see, this is modeled after a real glass for nonalcoholic drinks used by coffee shops in Japan during that era and manufactured by the glass-maker Aderia (Ishizuka). The Aderia Retro Glass Pouch Hanamawashi showcases this on its front side as a pop culture icon while at the same time functioning as a very practical 240 x 170 x 18 mm (9.4 x 6.7 x 0.7") bag organizer that holds all your essentials. And to make it look like the real thing, insert the inner pouch that comes with it and the glass will look like it's full of pink lemonade, a 1960s-1970s coffee shop staple!

Specs and Features:

  • Aderia glass illustration on the front
  • Hanamawashi flower motif and Aderia Retro logo on the back
  • Pink lemonade illustration on inner pouch
  • Glass on the front appears to fill with pink lemonade when you insert the mini pouch
  • Closure: zipper
  • Pockets: 2 inside, 2 back
  • Licensed by historical Gifu Prefecture glass-maker company Aderia/Ishizuka
  • Dimensions: 240 x 170 x 18 mm (9.4 x 6.7 x 0.7")
  • Inner pouch dimensions: 185 x 120 mm (7.3 x 4.7")
  • Materials: PVC, polyester, zinc alloy
  • Comes with Japanese book about Aderia
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US$ 40