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Made in Japan. Produced by hand by skilled craftsmen, its beautiful silhouette and durability are proof of its domestic production.
This eyeglass case has the coolest combination of polka-dot pattern, shiny nylon, and Nishijin silk. Polka dots are expressed by warp threads so that only those parts do not shine, so-called shadow dots.
I like the casual stylishness.
I usually used the case that came with my glasses when I bought them. I like clasps and have various kinds of clasps, but I have never had an eyeglass case, so I am glad that I was able to try it this time.
Recently, I have been buying more and more cases on the Internet.
I found that the case has a hardness that you cannot tell from its appearance, and it is solidly made so that the glasses in it will not break even if you put a little force on them. I also have a pair of glasses with colored lenses that I use when I drive a car, but I don't leave them in the car as they are, so I always carry them with me. I always carry my glasses with me, so I think a stylish eyeglass case makes a big difference in my mood.
It has a clasp closure, so I can open and close it with one hand. It is also very functional.
As for the lining, soft raised fabric is used to protect the glasses from scratches. The fabric is soft and comfortable to the touch.
I like Gamaguchi and often buy them, but I originally buy mainly made in Japan. Although the price is higher, I choose Japanese-made ones because they are completely different when I hold them in my hands, I feel bad when I see unbalanced ones, and the closure of the Gamaguchi is firm and there is no small irritation.
Also, the fabrics are said to be completely original.
I thought it would be a great gift since it is made of fabric that I can confidently recommend, which is not flowing anywhere else.
I use blue light-cut glasses for my computer, so I want another one.
There is also a hole for attaching a strap, and the details are wonderful.
I was surprised to see that it seems to be made in the same place as my favorite Gamaguchi specialty store.
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