Japanese Paper Tote Bags - Terracotta
Super cool Japanese totes made of highly water resistant paper that doesn't rip and can carry heavy loads (up to 22lbs). Produced by an old paper making company, Onao, which is still family run and has been operating for over 150 years in a rural area near Mt. Fuji. The line, called SIWA and pronounced shiwa, means ‘wrinkle’ in Japanese and is also a play on the word for washi, the traditional Japanese paper for which Onao is known.
Choose from two options from drop down menu:
Straight tote with short handles (13.4" x 12.5" x 4.5" deep, weight 110 grams /3.9 ounces)
Wide tote bag with long handles (can be held over the shoulder) and storage pocket (12.75" x 12.75" x 7" deep, weight 260 grams/9.2 ounces)
We apply a $10 flat rate for standard ground shipping on orders shipped within the United States, with some exclusions for fragile, heavy, or oversized items.
Leather Bags: Most Stitch and Tickle leather items are made to order and may take up to 2 weeks to ship. We’re happy to accommodate faster turn around times when possible. Items from the shop ship within 3 business days when in stock. Please let us know if you’re on a tight deadline and we'll do our best to accommodate.
Other items from the shop: If in stock, we ship at least twice a week, i.e. usually within 3 business days from when you placed your order. In the event that some items are on backorder from our suppliers, you will be notified as soon as possible with expected ship date.
Most items ship via UPS Ground or USPS, depending on pickups and rates (which vary often). Stitch and Tickle is not responsible for items lost in transit or after delivery. Customers will receive a shipping notification with a tracking number once their order ships and it is the customer's responsibility to track and collect their package at delivery to minimize the risk of loss or theft. Stitch and Tickle is not responsible for any loss or damage during transit.International orders: Exact shipping charges will be quoted at checkout depending on the chosen shipping method.