Daruma Pochibukuro Paper Pockets
Pochibukuro are small paper pockets used as money envelopes in Japan often to give to children or to give someone as a small gift of gratitude, but they are also perfect to use as gift wrapping or to store small and precious things such as jewelry, seeds, beads, etc. Cute daruma patterns that was used in the vintage kimono jacket (haori) from Taisho era printed on traditional washi paper. Sold as pack of 3 mini envelopes.
Made in Japan