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Inden Est.1582
Lacquer-Embossed Leather Key Case - Black

Handmade in Japan · Intricate design

This leather key case is carefully handmade in Japan by artisans who practice traditional methods that date back to 1582. Originally used as a way to decorate and boost the durability of leather pieces on Samurai armor, lacquer is embossed onto supple deerskin leather for a beautiful layer of protection. The intricate design gives the case a distinctive finish and makes one a gift rich in history.

  • Hand made and perfected by Japanese artisans
  • The technique of Inden has been passed down through 14 generations spanning over 400 years
  • Crafted with the highest quality of deerskin leather that is covered in intricate surface designs made from wooden lacquer
  • Size allows for the storage of a variety of different keys
  • Comes individually packaged in a branded black box
  • Made in Japan


5" x 3.6" x 0.4"


0.15 lb


Deerskin, cowskin, polyester, wooden lacquer


Gently wipe the leather surface with dry cloth if the product gets dirty


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Inden Est.1582

Shigeki Uehara of Inden Est. 1582 is more than just the man in charge. He is a fourteenth-generation Uehara and he is carrying on a family tradition begun in 1582. Yuushichi Uehara created Inden’s signature technique of lacquer-embossing deerskin…

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