Through selling SAORI bags, kissora assists persons with challenges to be independent
SAORI is a handweaving technique invented in Osaka in 1968. Being free from conventions and stereotypes, this innovative technique allows weavers to unleash their imagination and creativity. Each SAORI fabric is a unique and original work of art, reflecting the weaver’s personality. Carefully using fabrics diligently woven by weavers at SAORI Studio Shirufu (Nippon Helen Keller Foundation in Osaka), kissora produced SAORI bags. Through these unique and attractive bags, we hope that our customers participate in the delightful and worthwhile activity of assisting persons with challenges to be independent.