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Inro Boxes

Traditional kimonos have no pockets so Japanese men and women may wear a compartmentalized box called an inro to carry medicine and other small personal items. The inro hung below the obi, a wide fabric kimono belt, on a double cord. These inro boxes sets, consisting of inro box, netsuke and ojime, are hand-carved in boxwood by Chinese master carvers.

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snake inro box with netsuke and ojime slider bead. snake inro box with netsuke and ojime slider bead.
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Snake
$96.00
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handcarved boxwood Inro box depicting the graceful cranehandcarved boxwood crane inro showing reverse side
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Crane
$96.00
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large handcarved boxwood Inro Box with rabbits at playlarge handcarved boxwood Inro Box with rabbits at play, showing reverse side
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Rabbit- Large
$96.00
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handcarved boxwood Inro box with a rooster on one side and feeding chics on the reverse.handcarved boxwood Inro box with rooster, showing reverse side of chics feeding
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Rooster- Large
$96.00
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handcarved boxwood Inro box with cobra snakes and three compartmentshandcarved boxwood Inro box with cobra snakes, showing reverse side
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Snake- Large
$96.00
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handcarved boxwood Inro box with squirrels at playhandcarved boxwood Inro box with squirrels, showing reverse side
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Squirrels- Large
$96.00