Fukuzawa Yukichi Passbook cover 1835

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【Product Information
During the transitional period of Mijidera, the one that introduced double-entry bookkeeping and insurance systems into Japan from the west was the educator Fukuzawa Yukichi, whose portrait we can also find on the ¥ 10,000 bill. This is a passbook cover inspired by him.
His name and his birth year (1835) are engraved with gold colored foil in the front, and inside there are pockets for three passbooks and two credit cards. The cover is made from polyvinyl chloride, resistant to dirt and water, and it has creases that resemble leather, which makes it soft to the touch.

【Material & Size
▶︎ Polyvinyl chloride (PVC or vinyl)
▶︎ 156×101×8mm

It has been made with the intention of creating creases and different color shadings, therefore color unevenness is intentional and not a faulty product. Keep in mind that there might be slight differences between products.


福沢諭吉 通帳ケース1835


▶︎ ポリ塩化ビニール
▶︎ 156×101×8mm