The normal tote bag that has two handles tends to lack stability when carried by the shoulder, and can also slide off the shoulder. Conversely a tote bag with just one handle has stability when carried by the shoulder but lacks the ease of taking things in and out. So we split one handle from the rear into two at the front, to ensure stability when carrying it over the shoulder, and at the same time enabling users to take things in and out easily. Combining two types of tote bags has resulted in its added convenience.

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Arata Nishikawa
Yukiko Tomotsune
Akihiro Yoshida