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"Irrashai! Irrashai! Irrashai!" (Welcome, welcome, welcome!) The moment you hold aside the cloth curtain and step through the door of any sushi restaurant, you are warmly greeted by the sushi chefs with their shouted words of welcome. It's like you're family!

This fun sushi tote is a great reminder of your travels in Japan (aw, you should have told me you were coming!), or your favorite Japanese restaurant, or your best Japanese friend. What fun you'll have grocery shopping when you unfurl this bright and unique bag to fill with your goodies.

Measuring about 11 x 14.5-inches when laid flat (27.5 W x 37 H x 13.5 D cm), you can fold and roll this bag down into a compact 4 x 2-inch roll that easily fits in pocket, purse, or glove box. The handles are 16.5 inches long and the side gussets open to a whopping 5.25 inches allowing seven, count 'em, 7 one-liter milk or juice cartons to fit perfectly inside, yet the sides are flexible so you can fit a whole days worth of groceries inside too!

This compact tote is unlined and extremely strong. All seams are fully enclosed to prevent fraying and weight-bearing seams are all reinforced for extra strength.

This bag is easily machine washed and dried and is sure to last many years to come. I've been using the first one I made for over six years for my daily grocery trips and it's still going strong.

I appreciate your stopping by and visiting my shop. I hope to see you again soon!

Simply Sushi TIGHT 'N' TIDY Tote

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: prewashed cotton fabric, interfacing, red thread, elastic band
  • Ships worldwide from Kyoto, Japan
  • Feedback: 415 reviews
  • Favorited by: 11 people