Azuma-Bukuro big bag Drops
Azuma-Bukuro it's a traditional Japanese bag. It's made with tenuguis, ( Pieces of fabric with a standard size used to different things like wrap, towel, napkin etc.) These big ones are made with spanish fabrics. HOSHI* means Star, and is the motive that is hand-embroidered on each tag using the Sashiko technique, a typical embroidery Japanese technique.
Measures: 66 x 44 cm.
Made in Spain.
HOSHI * is Perla Hachuel. A librarian, documentalist, administrator of online training platforms ... what does she do making bags ?? !! Fate, dear ones.
HOSHI * is born in a hiatus. Living in Granada for decades, she decided to have a baby with her husband, and raise her ... a few years pass and she meets a Japanese woman, Eriko, who gives her her first azuma-bukuro. She asks the origin of it, and she learns to sew them, Eriko's mother sends them material, and BOOM! She becomes the owner and founder of a small business.