INRO is a small container for carrying medicine in the 15th to 16th centuries in Japanese history. From around 1850, the technology improved and it developed as a work of art. It is a traditional art piece that Japan is proud of. Several people are drawn on both the front and back sides. It's probably based on an ancient Chinese story.
Ojime comes in a variety of colors and is very beautiful. There is a small gap in the INRO. Please check the pictures NO. Height : about 3.937inch Wide : about 2.559inch Weight : 122 grams.