"Full moon bottom bag Kagaya pumpkin" A soft one-handle bag with the bottom of the bag resembling a full moon. With an inner pocket. This is an indigo dyed product. Indigo dyeing in blue clothing is made by a very elaborate technique, such as dyeing indigo threads in advance, removing the color by discharging, and inserting the color by printing. Please enjoy the texture that changes each time you use it. * The pattern is different for each item on the textile pattern. Please note. ● Size: 35 x 35 x gusset 35 cm, handle 45 cm ● Material: 100% cotton ● Made in Japan [Precautions for handling indigo dyed products] * This product uses a fabric dyed with indigo. * When washing, please wash separately from other items. * Please avoid using bleach. * Depending on the product, washing may not be possible. * During use, if the product gets wet or rubs, the color may transfer to white or light-colored clothing, white or light-colored chairs, sofas, car seats, carpets, tables, cloths, etc. Please note. [Shishigadani Pumpkin] A vertically long pumpkin with a constriction in the middle like a gourd, one of the Kyoto vegetables. The size is about 2 to 4 kg, which is quite large, and the surface is packed with vertical stripes and bumps. It is not very sweet and light white, but it is usually eaten as a simmered dish because it absorbs the soup stock well and does not easily crumble. In the Edo period, a chrysanthemum-shaped pumpkin brought back from Tsugaru, a destination, was cultivated by a farmer in Shishigadani Village (currently Shishigadani, Sakyo Ward), and it is said that the mutation caused this strange shape. I will. It is a high-class pumpkin that is not widely available on the general market today. In addition, every year on July 25th, a "pumpkin memorial service" using Shishigadani pumpkins is held at Anrakuji Temple in Shishigadani, Kyoto. About 300 years ago, the chief priest at that time was told by the principal priest Yakushi Nyorai that "If you act as a pumpkin for summer, you will not get a stroke", and people started to cook and act as a pumpkin. That's right. Even now, we dedicate pumpkins and eat boiled pumpkins to prevent the middle winds and to get rid of various illnesses. In 1987, Kyoto Prefecture was certified as a "Kyoto traditional vegetable".