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Koshu Inden is a traditional leathercraft product made in Koshu City (formerly known as Koshu-Shiroyama), Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan, which has been produced since the Edo period.
Koshu Inden is characterized by its glossy finish and texture, achieved by applying persimmon tannin to cowhide, printing patterns onto it with wooden blocks, and then polishing it by hand. It also has unique colors and patterns, including traditional and contemporary designs.
Koshu Inden is used to make various products such as wallets, bags, small accessory cases, and notebook covers. It is appreciated as a traditional Japanese craft both domestically and internationally.
Due to its unique texture, patterns, and high level of craftsmanship, Koshu Inden is highly regarded as a traditional Japanese craft.