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Tsuchiya Kaban opens at Hong Kong’s K11 Art Mall

Tsuchiya Kaban is now officially open at K11 Art Mall
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Japanese handcrafted leather brand Tsuchiya Kaban is well-known for its high quality and durability, and has cultivated a loyal following in Hong Kong since 2014.

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In order to offer their exquisite products to a wider range of consumers, Tsuchiya Kaban has officially opened a new store in K11 Art Mall, a retail destination that shares a similar philosophy with the brand – a focus on seamless integration of people, arts and natural elements.

To celebrate the grand opening of the K11 Art Mall store, Tsuchiya Kaban is introducing a versatile backpack, the OTONA RANDSEL, available exclusively at the new store for a limited-time.

The OTONA RANDSEL backpack is available in two leather and colour options to meet the needs of every customer.
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Established in Japan in 1965, Tsuchiya Kaban started with crafting handmade schoolbags for primary students. Over the past 50 years, Tsuchiya Kaban has maintained its spirit for Japanese design and craftsmanship to develop a wide variety of leather products. Featuring the careful handiwork of its craftsmen, each Tsuchiya Kaban bag is handmade with meticulous care while ensuring the design is both practical and beautiful, resulting in a strong and durable leather product.

Tsuchiya Kaban strives to provide customers a relaxing shopping experience with a unique and tranquil store design. Following the brand’s concept and philosophy, the new K11 Art Mall store is modelled after the Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark’s natural volcanic rocks. A perfect blend of nature and art, the design is an ideal combination of Tsuchiya Kaban’s minimalism and Hong Kong’s natural landscape.

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Adhering to the brand’s philosophy of people integration, Tsuchiya Kaban holds a number of on-site leather crafting demonstrations every year in Japan. The brand also organises handmade leather workshops that are widely popular with consumers. Tsuchiya Kaban hopes to bring similar experiential events to Hong Kong in the future to share professional leather making knowledge while providing a fun and creative experience for local consumers.