In one town in India, every worker I passed while walking had this bag. It's made from scraps left over from factories that make tents and awnings (sunshades), and because of its cheapness and durability, it seems to be useful for transporting things.
The rattling perforations sewn with speed, the navy and black handles that are hard to tell apart, and the occasional stains may make many Japanese people dissatisfied, but you can't find anything brand new. I felt charm.
When I asked the meaning of the number written on the bag, it seems that it indicates the size. I was told that "from one end to the other is 36", but I didn't really understand the units, and no matter what I measured, the size didn't fit. It's really Indian, and that's what makes it interesting.
I thought it would be better to sell this product as it is, so I decided to purchase it from here.