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New line of shopping bags and gift boxes from Cosme Kitchen use sustainable materials

By grape Japan

Cosme Kitchen's new line of shopping bags and gift boxes feature a "genderless" design in refreshing shades of blue.

They're made with natural materials which will minimize the environmental impact when they're disposed of. Even the ink used for coloring is plant-derived.

A new envelope size package is also available, perfect for small gifts.

These shopping bags and gift boxes can be used as a convenient way to express your gratitude to your loved ones in a variety of situations.

Paper Shopping Bags

Made of FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council)-certified paper, including the handles, these shopping bags are completely sustainable with no polyester whatsoever.

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S size: 220 mm × 110 mm × 150 mm

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M size: 220 mm × 120 mm × 270 mm

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L size: 315 mm × 150 mm × 310 mm

The bags cost 22 yen each (tax included) and are available at Cosme Kitchen shops.

Gift Boxes

The finishing ribbons on these gift boxes are made of cotton, and the paper in the sealing stickers is made with a mixture of fibers recycled from discarded banana stems.

Four sizes are available to suit any occasion.

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You still have to make them and they don't look like they will last very long.

Just get a bag that will last 2 or three years or more

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The items tore up the these paper bags. Try Tibetan cotton bags for long lasting use.

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“genderless” design’*? -Dimensions don’t seem large enough to encase an entire human?
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