The wallet in the shape of a frog.
The official name is "Gamaguchi".
"Gamaguchi" is a general term for bags with a mouthpiece. In the olden days, purses were used for coin purses, but in the first year of the Meiji era, Gamaguchi was devised to imitate an imported dollar holder.
"Gama" means a toad, and the name "Gamaguchi" comes from the fact that the mouthpiece opens like a toad's mouth.
I don't get a lot of coins, but looking at the reviews, it seems to be quite easy to use.
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