FUROSHIKI Wrapping Fabric: 18.89 inches (48cm) square, Cotton, Made in Kyoto, Japan
The FUROSHIKI wrapping fabric is suitable to wrap tea or snacks / candy purchased on our website for gift. It is of course reusable and perfect for wrapping anything from a gift to a Bento lunch box. It can also be used as a decorative wall hanging, table cloth, scarf, and so on. It depends on your idea.
FUROSHIKI is very useful fabric which had traditionally been used for wrapping since ancient times until modern times in Japan. It was not only useful but also special because wrapping anything was thought to remove negative vibes. Even today special gifts are wrapped by FUROSHIKI.
This FUROSHIKI, made of high-quality cotton, is 18.89 inches (48cm) square. It is made in Kyoto, Japan. This design is known as Kinryuzan Temple in Asakusa, Tokyo, which Hiroshige Utagawa painted in the series of One Hundred Famous Views of Edo. He designed the view as seen from the gate of the temple in winter. He is very famous for Ukiyoe paintings, especially for landscape painting. His design is very popular not only in Japan but also well-loved around the world, and it is well known that Vincent VAN GOGH was influenced by his Ukiyoe paintings.