Scope: The New Shoppingbag through Japanese eyes

Surprisingly or not, our home away from home is Japan. Since early in our existence, The New Shoppingbag has been a shooting star in the land of the rising sun. Thanks to this, we’ve had a lot of interesting encounters and cooperations in the far far east, over the past decade. One of the latest in this exciting line of partnerships is with online design store Scope.


Established in 1999, Scope has grown into an online giant, with a strong heart and mind for contemporary interior design. An ambassador for Scandinavian design, Scope has build a reputation offering household names like Iittala and Artek to the stylish Japanese. If you’re in Japan and looking to furnish and decorate your house with high quality minimal yet colourful design, Scope is the place to go.

Quality and loyalty is surely something we look for when we make new business friends, but a bit of mojo is always welcome. And Scope has tons of it in the way they present their products. Their product photography is like a fresh breeze that totally catches you off guard on the hottest of summer days. It tickles, it pleases, it can even be pleasantly disturbing and it is always fun. So each time we bring a new collection to Scope, you surely understand we can’t wait to see how they will portray our bags and pouches.

A picture speaks a thousand words? Not necessarily, but in this case it surely does, so let the talking below convince you and follow Scope on Instagram. And don’t miss their handy and funny The New Shoppingbag folding instructions.