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FUROSHIKI - a traditional way of wrapping from japanese culture

FUROSHIKI - a traditional way of wrapping from japanese culture
Furoshiki is a square-shaped cloth used to wrap, carry, and store things. When not in use, it can be stored compactly.
It can be used as a handbag, shoulder bag, eco-bag, sub-bag for travel, table cloth, or even worn as a stole, making it as versatile as possible.
It is a culture that concentrates the wisdom of tying a square piece of cloth.
A very typical style is to see a woman walking around in a kimono with a gift wrapped in a furoshiki.
It is very classic, but its use is still simple and functional, and it is still very useful in our lives today.
Is this where the amazing Japanese wrapping culture began?
How to use a furoshiki
     Wrap food
    Use as a bag
    As a rug
  Use as a cover
     Wrapping gifts
     As a bandana
    As an apron
This is the way wine bottles are wrapped.
This is how it is wrapped when made into a carry-on bag.
here you can lean just methots of wrapping way

also This book teaches various wrapping methods using furoshiki、it's


This blue original furoshiki is also available at the Tie-up Store. They are handmade, so stock is very low, so get in quick!

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