Siwa, made in 2008, utilizes "Naoron," an unbreakable paper developed by the paper-sliding-door manufacturer, Onao, and is designed by the industrial designer, Mr. Naoto Fukasawa. Siwa products are currently sold in more than 20 countries.
Heavy items can be placed inside. Has been tested for loads of up to 10kg. Even wet items such as umbrellas can be put inside without fear of it tearing. Soft Naoron is a paper developed by the company from wood pulp and polyolefin utilizing the washi-suki paper manufacturing method. It is soft and flexible, highly water-resistant and does not tear easily.
This "SIWA long wallet" has an orthodox shape that allows you to smartly organize, store, and take out banknotes, cards, and even coins while making the most of the characteristics of the new Japanese paper, Naoron. Not only banknotes but also cards can be taken in and out immediately after opening the wallet, and coins can be stored in the zippered pocket. It is a standard "long wallet".
There are two credit card pockets. In addition to the banknote storage area, the large coin case with zipper opens wide to give a good view of the inside. Like other SIWA items, it features beautiful bag sewing. It weighs only 20 grams and boasts an amazing lightness of less than one-third that of a leather wallet.