Why We Love It
This elaborate furoshiki showcases some of the most iconic Japanese artistic motifs. The eagle in Japanese culture is a symbol of great power, and the practice of takagari, Japanese falconry, is inextricably linked with the noble class and samurai spirit. The plum blossom, pine and bamboo together are the ‘three friends of winter’ which appear in many snowy scenes in classic woodblock prints. This large furoshiki is well-suited as an impressive wall decoration!
What To Do With Your Furoshiki
Use your furoshiki as a handbag, tablecloth, gift wrapping, wall decoration, baby blanket, or wine bottle case with just a couple of simple knots! The thoughtful Japanese design of eco-friendly furoshiki will improve your lifestyle choices.
Our exquisitely hand printed 100% cotton furoshiki feature classic Japanese artworks and elegant traditional motifs. Create your own gorgeous art handbag by tying your furoshiki bag with our selection of handles! Our Japanese fabrics are both lightweight and durable, making ideal grocery bags for your weekly shop.
There are no limits to the ways you can incorporate furoshiki into your life. Why not upgrade a present with Japanese gift wrapping, or throw it over your shoulders as a shawl for a chilly day? And if the weather’s warm have an impromptu picnic on a beautiful furoshiki blanket.
With these large furoshiki cloths, you can wrap and carry anything - your yoga mat or gym clothes, books or laptop – and reuse them again and again. However you choose to use it, your furoshiki will be an stylish and eco-friendly addition to your everyday life.
- 100% Cotton Furoshiki
- Made in Japan
- Free gift-wrapping in Japanese washi paper.
- Screen-printed design
- Product code: 3007118NV
- Machine-washable, but do not mix with other colors. Do not tumble-dry.
- Size: 46” x 46” (118cm x 118cm)
Apparently my package requires a signature for delivery. God knows why. Since I was at work when the mail arrived, I received a slip saying I had to arrange for redelivery. now I have to submit this paper with my signature on it, by putting it in my mailbox, which is around the block. As I was sick, I did not make it there for about a week. Meanwhile all the other places I ordered gifts from simply have them delivered to, and left at, my door. I have no idea why this company thinks people don't work or that women want to open doors to give signatures to strangers.
Thank you for taking the time to provide a review. I'm sorry to hear of your difficulty receiving your order, I know it is frustrating when the post doesn't arrive smoothly! The reason that your order is delivered signature-required is that all our orders are shipped direct from Japan, and Japanese express mail (EMS) requires a signature on international shipments. However EMS is handled by USPS in the USA, so you can always contact them to arrange a delivery at your convenience.