"Sleeping month bag Mt. Fuji" It is a tote bag that resembles the bottom of the bag in the shape of the sleeping month (the moon of the nineteenth day). With an inner pocket. This is an indigo dyed product. Indigo dyeing in blue clothing is made by a very elaborate technique, such as dyeing indigo threads in advance, removing the color by discharging, and inserting the color by printing. Please enjoy the texture that changes each time you use it. * The pattern is different for each item on the textile pattern. Please note. ● Size: 32 x 25 x gusset 24 cm, handle 37 cm ● Material: 100% cotton ● Made in Japan [Precautions for handling indigo dyed products] * This product uses a fabric dyed with indigo. * When washing, please wash separately from other items. * Please avoid using bleach. * Depending on the product, washing may not be possible. * During use, if the product gets wet or rubs, the color may transfer to white or light-colored clothing, white or light-colored chairs, sofas, car seats, carpets, tables, cloths, etc. Please note. [Fuji Mountain] The highest peak of Japan you know, "Mt. Fuji". Many legends such as immortality and resuscitation of the dead remain, and they are still worshiped by many people. Mt. Fuji is an active volcano that has erupted many times for tens of thousands of years. The height is 3776m. This is about four times as high as Mt. Hiei, which straddles Kyoto and Shiga prefectures. The ukiyo-e "Thirty-six Views of Tomitake" drawn by Katsushika Hokusai, a representative painter of the Edo period, is the most famous painting based on Mt. Fuji. Initially, it was published with 36 figures as the title suggests, but since it was so popular, 10 figures were added later, and finally it became a series of 46 figures. At that time, people had a deep belief in Mt. Fuji, and there was a lot of "Fuji pilgrimage" to worship Mt. Fuji as a group, and artificial hills "Fujizuka" were made in various parts of Edo. Mt. Fuji is still in the hearts of Japanese people. Mt. Fuji may be the home of all Japanese people. It was registered as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site in June 2013.