Size : 180 x 90mm
A multi-purpose money envelope that makes the best use of the texture by printing the back of the Hosho paper (high-class Japanese paper). This bag (多当袋: Tato-bukuro) is made by folding a piece of paper.
Shugi-bukuro (祝儀袋: A gift money envelope) is a traditional Japanese decorative envelope used when giving money as a wedding celebration. You should give them a new bill without creases.
In the Japanese tradition, when giving a congratulatory gift, it is customary to give an odd number of money and bills.
If you want to send an even number of money, it is a good idea to make the number of bills odd.
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