There is only one Ichizawa Shinzaburo Hanpu shop in the world and it is in Kyoto.
Here, each customer takes time to choose bags for themselves or people dear to them.
In order to make your time with us more enjoyable, we would like to introduce some of our shop's interior decorations.
Seasonal flowers grown by our boss, Shinzaburo, paintings or calligraphy chosen to match the season, and the sound of antique clocks that is both soothing and nostalgic.
We hope your shopping experience at Ichizawa Shinzaburo Hanpu will be a most memorable one.
Door handles of entrance door
Pass through the shop curtain and you will find the bag-shaped door handles.
View of first floor
Here you can find products with the Shinzaburo Hanpu label, mainly tote bags and shoulder bags.
Wall hanging clock on the 1st floor
The antique clock is wound up with the pendulum. The gentle chimes resound against the bare concrete wall.
The arranged flowers change according to the season. The stone is Kurama stone. The large vase is made by Mr. Tsujimura Shiro.
Decoration of bobbin
As you go up the stairs, the bobbin is on the right.
View of the second floor
Here are the rucksacks, large sized bags, and linen canvas bags.
Sewing machine and wooden work table
Craftspeople sometimes use this sewing machine for putting additional buttons or eyelets.
We look forward to welcoming you at our shop.