Indigo Mini Gamaguchi Coin Case

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※Please note that the color and shade of indigo-dyed leather may vary depending on the production lot and the part of the leather used, even for the same product. The images are for reference only.

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Size & Details

- With a gusseted structure, it offers easy visibility and accessibility to the contents
- Has ample space to hold around 20 coins comfortably
- One-touch opening and closing by pressing the clasp from the inside
- A nostalgic yet innovative gamaguchi design
- Indigo-dyed leather with a deep blue hue to enjoy
- Like denim, it develops a unique color fading over extended use and friction
- As it ages, the leather gains luster and blends softly for a beautiful aging effect



2.36 × 3.94 × 1.18in / 6.0 × 10.0 × 3.0cm


0.07lb / 30.0g

Made in Japan

Our Japanese craftsmen create each product by hand with intricate attention to detail and exceptional quality.


The cutest little indigo-dyed leather wallet

This rounded mini gamaguchi wallet allows you to savor the allure of indigo-dyed leather in the palm of your hand. By removing the traditional gamaguchi knob, we have crafted a minimalist design that lets you fully enjoy the rich expressions of indigo-dyed leather. Its plump and three-dimensional shape provides a compact and stylish way to carry your coins, accessories, and more.

Leather care

Please note that this product may experience color fading due to water exposure, sweat, and friction, and there is a possibility that the color may transfer to clothing. To avoid potential issues, refrain from using the product on rainy days or hot days, and avoid pairing it with brightly colored clothing.

Shipping & Return


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  • All products ship from Japan by EMS, FedEx or DHL.
  • Delivered items cannot be returned or exchanged.
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What is indigo dyeing(Aizome)?

Indigo dyeing (Aizome) is a traditional Japanese dyeing technique. It involves fermenting and oxidizing the leaves of Indigo plant, known as "Ai," to extract Indigo pigment, which is then used to dye fabrics and threads. This delicate process requires the skill and experience of highly-trained artisans. Aizome products develop a deeper color and a richer texture over time as they are used and cherished.

Indigo Dyed Leather

"Indigo Leather" is achieved by using a special technique we developed combining natural and synthetic Indigo and finishing with oil for a soft touch. This leather combines the inherent texture and richness of genuine leather with the gentle hues of indigo dye. After two chrome tanning processes, the leather undergoes Indigo dyeing while in its raw state, resulting in a luxurious blend of colors. Meticulously hand-dyed in multiple stages by skilled artisans, this leather showcases their dedication and attention to detail.

Enjoy the Aging Process

"Enhanced Luster and Soft Patina: The Distinctive Traits of Indigo Dyed Leather. Like denim, enjoy the fading beauty that comes with extended use and friction."


● Similar to the way denim ages Indigo-dyed leather products may experience color fading due to water exposure, sweat, or friction and may transfer color to clothing. Please avoid using them on rainy or hot days and refrain from pairing them with light-colored garments.

● Our indigo-dyed leather products are dyed using a blend of natural Indigo and synthetic Indigo, with no added surface pigments, preserving its raw appearance. As a result, natural traces like scars or color variations may be visible. Additionally, friction may cause subtle changes in the leather's surface color. Please be aware of these unique characteristics of the material."

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