Japanese craftsmen are world-renowned for the pristine simplicity and natural harmony of their creations, from resplendent sushi, to flawless swords, to the most austere of cartoon erotica. Treat your laptop to the finest in Japanese workmanship, with a bag from Monacca.
From the Umaji Village in Japan's Chugei region, Monacca's brief/laptop cases're made with Yanase cedar eco-awesomely harvested from thinned forests containing abandoned lumber, which would surely turn to a life of crime if not rescued by local lumberjacks. Nac's Kaku line's designed to hold laptops up to 17", and undergoes an alternate press-laminate process that reinforces the natural strength of the wood while bestowing the water-repellent case with a lightness of being so bearable, Daniel Day-Lewis actually imploded when he picked one up. Perhaps due to some bizarre Japanese tradition, the canvas interior design varies from case to case, but can feature up to three inner pockets (two zippered), pen slots, and a cell phone sleeve, while outside's an adjustable shoulder strap and leather handles, which presumably weren't harvested from abandoned cows in thinned ranches.
The Kaku also comes in a variety of finishes, including natural cedar, light and dark browns, black, and a knotty "plain", but each case is singularly unique due to the natural materials used, giving you more to distinguish yourself than an encyclopedic collection of Eiffel Tower-ing Pokemen.