The furoshiki (pronounced fu-ro-shki) is a quintessentially Japanese textile product. The beauty of the furoshiki is in its versatility. They are traditionally used in Japan to wrap and carry almost anything from books and clothes, to lunch boxes and watermelons! Furoshiki last for decades and are designed to be used again and again.
Simply use your furoshiki ‘as is’ - as a scarf, table cloth, a picnic blanket, or even hang and enjoy as a piece of wall art. Alternatively, using some amazingly simple wrapping and knotting techniques, transform your furoshiki into a one-of-a-kind stylish bag for carrying all your essentials, or gift-wrapping that bottle of wine for a party or picnic.
90 × 90 cm (35.4 × 35.4")
100% cotton (soft lightweight weave)
4 color silkscreen print
Handmade in Japan
“Inspired by many adventures in the southwestern United States this design captures the rugged and stark yet beautiful landscape that Leah has grown to love. The very best time to capture this landscape is during the dramatic hours of daybreak and sunset when the vivid colors of the sky reflect on the terrain.” — Leah Duncan
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