ICHIZAWA SHINZABURO HANPU - Manufacture & Sales of Canvas Bags

Colors

  • Japanese red
    Japanese red
  • Blue-gray
    Blue-gray
  • Dark-brown
    Dark-brown
  • Light-brown
    Light-brown
  • Beige
    Beige
  • Off-white
    Off-white
  • Olive-green
    Olive-green
  • Black
    Black
  • Navy
    Navy
  • Purple
    Purple
  • Gray
    Gray
  • Yellow
    Yellow
  • Ocher
    Ocher
  • Sky-blue
    Sky-blue
  • Cherry-pink
    Cherry-pink
  • Light-green
    Light-green
  • Wine red
    Wine red
  • Ultramarine
    Ultramarine
  • Gold-brown
    Gold-brown
  • Off-white
    Off-white
  • Deep green
    Deep green
  • Black
    Black

Patterns

  • Souka (flowers and grass)/Off-white
    Souka (flowers and grass)
    /Off-white
  • Souka (flowers and grass)/Black
    Souka (flowers and grass)
    /Black

Souka is one of the Japanese classical patterns. Sou (Sou) means grass and ka (Ka) means flowers. The pattern of grass and flowers including chrysanthemums and balloonflowers is boldly printed on our casual-type canvas cloth.

  • Sekai (world)/Off-white
    Sekai (world)
    /Off-white
  • Sekai (world)/Black
    Sekai (world)
    /Black

We asked people from a variety of different countries to write “bag” in their own language. We randomly printed these words on canvas to create our Sekai bags.

  • Sarasa
    Sarasa

    Sarasa refers to the calico design which is originally from India. However, the lovely Arabesque flower design is also very Japanese.

  • Kigi (seasonal colors of trees)
    Kigi (seasonal colors of trees)

    We have expressed the four seasons in different Japanese traditional colors. The design is a bit playful with its varied colored trees and our logo.

  • Uzuho (whirlpool and sails)
    Uzuho (whirlpool and sails)

    The pattern is based on canvas sails. It is reminiscent of whirlpools, ripples on the water or the silver sands of a Zen temple.

  • Shippo
    Shippo

    Shippo is one of the auspicious signs used in various ways in Japan. The infinite circles represent peace and harmony.

  • Shima
    Shima

    The Japanese stripes are very popular for use in different situations. Some are thick, some overlap but they are all dynamic and rhythmical, the essence of Ichizawa Shinzaburo Hanpu style.

  • Midori Mizutama (green polka dots)
    Midori Mizutama
    (green polka dots)

    Shinzaburo Hanpu’s image color is green. The various shades of green appear to dance and dip lightly over the canvas.

  • astroboy [monogram] Off-white
    astroboy [monogram]
    /Off-white
  • astroboy [monogram] Black
    astroboy [monogram]
    /Black
  • astroboy [monogram] Japanese red
    astroboy [monogram]
    /Japanese red
  • astroboy [monogram] Purple
    astroboy [monogram]
    /Purple
  • astroboy [camouflage] Off-white
    astroboy [camouflage]
    /Off-white
  • astroboy [camouflage] Olive-green
    astroboy [camouflage]
    /Olive-green
  • astroboy [camouflage] Black
    astroboy [camouflage]
    /Black
  • astroboy [camouflage] Sky-blue
    astroboy [camouflage]
    /Sky-blue

The monogram and camouflage designs of astroboy were created in collaboration with Tezuka Productions. The texile has been designed by fashion designer, Hiroaki Ohya of ASTROBOY BY OHYA.