Tsuchiya Kaban’s watermelon bag is an unexpected work of art. As part of "the fun of carrying" initiative, the bag presents a very specific use, one that we hadn’t probably seen before. Through intricate details, the bag can expand and contract depending on the size of the fruit, the bottom is made up of multiple leather parts, adding support and durability.
Japanese designer Tsuchiya Kaban has been crafting leather bags and accessories since 1965. From bags to wallets and small accessories, detail and craftsmanship are in the center of his process, creating pieces that enhance the sense of individuality on each customer.