Japan has more umbrellas per capita than any other people in the world: 3.3 against the world average of 2.4! Why? Because, well, it rains a lot in Japan. Add the density of the population and you end up with a problem of sorts: moving around in the crowded city with an umbrella. And this is where Bibi Lab Korogasa Naito Rolling Umbrella comes in.
Very light (even its ribs are made of polypropylene), the 1m (3.2 ft) in diameter Bibi Lab Korogasa Naito Rolling Umbrella is equipped with a pair of durable wheels on the ferrule of its canopy. So when you aren't actually using it, you can roll it up and pull it behind you as you would with a suitcase. No more dripping all over your clothes, no danger to fellow pedestrians every time you move around and a head-turner... What more could you ask on a rainy day?
The Bibi Lab Korogasa Naito Rolling Umbrella features: