CYPRIS brand leather goods, from coin purses to billfolds, incorporate approximately 100 to 250 processes during crafting. The number of processes is larger than that of ordinary small leather goods and the handmade ratio of all processes is more than 70%, with more than 90% of superior products, such as the top-of-the-line collection line, being handmade. The reason why we insist on handmade products even if it takes more time and effort is because of the simplicity and taste of handmade products, as well as the pursuit of function, quality and beauty.


The Soul of an Artisan is the continued creation of items that will resonate with clients. Countless worn out cutting and sewing tools are a testament to the history of long years of work. It is with these tools and the skills of unshakable artisans that high quality products are created. Groups of young artisans inherit their skills from artisans with careers spanning more than 40 years. With supreme skills, the spirit of a true artisan is built over a long period of humble steps, one at a time. CYPRIS is created from the passion of hard-working artisans in our workshop, permeated with the smell of leather.

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Craftmen’s pride in pursuit of functional beauty

MORPHO’s name expresses our desire to constantly enhance our sense of beauty as craftsmen, aim for the pinnacle of manufacturing, and continue to shine like the “CYPRIS MORPHO” butterfly in various life scenes. We are committed to quality in all of our products, and spare no effort even in invisible processes. As a result, the more you use CYPRIS products, the more the difference will appear.

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Most of CYPRIS’ leather goods are made over 70% by hand using 100-250 processes. Some superior articles are made over 90% by hand to pursue beauty and quality.

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Absolute confidence in products that make use of ancient Japanese Technology

Certain skilled craftsman succeed in Japanese traditional techniques. Decorative yet fulfilling, its functional beauty enhances the worth of completion. In Europe, there is a technique called “cut edge polishing” that sews leather together and polishes the cross-section. In Japan, there is a unique technique called “Fukuromono tailoring.” In addition to making small leather goods, CYPRIS’ leather accessories use techniques such as NUI-KAESHI (sewing back), SHINOBI-NUI (stealth stitching), and FUUKIN-MACHI (accordion gusset) to pursue a beautiful finish that resonates with the user’s heart.

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We use materials that are worthy of being loved for a lifetime, carefully selected from all over the world, not just from Japan.


Cirasagi Leather | Cow Leather

The outside material used for this series in tanned in Japan and its low hide is of Dutch origin. These are only crafted by the top tanners in the world with materials that are selected carefully. It is tanned with a combination of tannin and chrome, creating a base that fills the fibers and does not easily wrinkle. Finally, the surface is glazed and antique-finished with an Italian chemical process which deepens the color.

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Silky Kip | Cow Leather

Himeji, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan is one of the largest leather tanning areas in Japan, and among them, cowhide is a material that allows you to enjoy delicate manufacturing with high-quality tanning technology.

Silky Kip is made by infusing plenty of oil into the fiber structure when tanning cowhide, resulting in a soft and supple feel, yet not sticky with oil, and finished with a smooth texture is “Kip,” which is a cowhide material from six months to two years old, will gradually lose its silver surface and become more lustrous as it is used.

It is called “Silky Kip” because its smooth texture resembles silk. It is reinforced with a core material that does not impair the texture of the leather, and can withstand long-term use.

In addition, the combination of different colors of the outer leather and inner leather gives a brighter impression when the product is opened.

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Box calf

Box calf is a method of cowhide finishing. Using high-quality European hides and tanning in an environment blessed with mineral-rich water, the bonds between the cells become stronger, resulting in a fine texture, a moderate luster and increased firmness. After polishing the ginmen (surface), the leather is finished with embossing, resulting in a uniform product with few scratches. The combination of good materials and craftsmanship gives a very beautiful and luxurious feeling. Another feature of box calf is that it is resistant to scratches and winkles, so you can use it for a long time.

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Deer Skin II | Deer Leather

Deer skin leather is also called “leather cashmere.” The best features of deer skin leather is its lightness, moderate elasticity and durability. Due to its softness, deer skin leather requires skilled sewing techniques. CYPRIS Deer Skin II leather goods use New Zealand raw deer hide, which is treated as highest quality deer skin. As it is tanned with a tannin base, it is a material characterized by a soft and supple texture. The more you use it, the better it ages, and the more you can enjoy using it.

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Bridle & Cirasagi | Cow Leather / Kip Leather

Bridle leather is a traditional leather for harnesses made in England. It is used on the front side, and shoulder leather with wrinkled patterns is used on the inside. This is a high-class series that is robust and has a beautiful rugged appearance. Although the leather is originally robust, it is treated with wax several times to give it luster, smoothness, and waterproof protection. “Bloom” is when the wax that has been applied and absorbed into the leather re-emerges to the surface and looks like white powder. The biggest attraction of bridle leather is to enjoy this change in bloom. As you wipe and polish the surface, the bloom will change to a glossy finish.

The interior uses cowhide tanned in Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture, where the Japanese leather industry is thriving. The tanners in this region boast a long history and high-level of technology that rival those of Europe, the home of leather. After being brought to Japan with the fur attached, the raw hide is tanned with a combination of tannins and chromium to create a fiber-filled, wrinkle-resistant base. The unique ruggedness of the surface an the transparency of the aniline finish create a sense of luxury like no other.

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