Japanese traditional Wrapping cloth

If you're looking for a stylish, eco-friendly way to carry items, wrap gifts, or decorate your home, look no further than furoshiki. Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese cloth that has been used for centuries to wrap and carry items, and it's making a comeback as people seek sustainable alternatives to plastic and paper bags.

Furoshiki comes in a variety of sizes, patterns, and colors, and can be used in a multitude of ways. Here are just a few:

  1. Carrying Items: Furoshiki can be used to carry anything from a bento box to a bottle of wine. With a little practice, you can learn how to wrap and tie your items securely and stylishly.

  2. Fashion Accessory: Furoshiki can also be used as a stylish fashion accessory, like a scarf or a headband. You can experiment with different wrapping styles and patterns to create a unique look.

  3. Home Decor: Furoshiki can be used as a decorative item in your home, like a tablecloth, wall hanging, or even as a curtain. With so many beautiful patterns and colors available, you're sure to find one that fits your style.

  4. Picnic Blanket: Furoshiki is perfect for outdoor activities like picnics. You can spread it out as a lightweight and portable blanket, and it's easy to clean and reuse.

Furoshiki is not only versatile, but also beautiful. The intricate patterns and colors of furoshiki make it a work of art in itself. You can use it to wrap gifts, and the recipient will be just as delighted with the furoshiki as they are with the gift inside.

In addition to its practical and aesthetic value, furoshiki is also eco-friendly. By using furoshiki instead of single-use plastic and paper bags, you're helping to reduce waste and protect the environment.

So why not try incorporating furoshiki into your daily life? You can find furoshiki in many online stores, and some shops even offer classes on how to use and wrap furoshiki. With its beauty, versatility, and eco-friendliness, furoshiki is sure to become a beloved part of your daily routine.



  • 50cm

    Small Size

    Small Furoshiki 50x50cm for wrapping a gift or as a lunch cloth.
    It's good to decorate a wall as well.
    And naturally you may use them as a hand towel.

  • 70cm

    Medium size

    70x70cm is medium size furoshiki.
    You may use as a foulard or for wrapping and you can make a small size bag.

  • 90cm-

    Big size

    Furoshiki 90x90cm, 105x105cm or more,
    for tablecloth or you can make a bag with them. 

  • Tenugui

    Te=hands Nugui=wipe

    Tenugui is traditional Japanese cotton towel, usually 33 x 90cm.
    It's multi-purpose cloth then they use as hand towel, dishcloth, and washcloth.

    The Versatile Japanese Hand Towel with a Rich History!

    If you're looking for a stylish and versatile hand towel, look no further than Tenugui! These traditional Japanese towels have been an integral part of Japanese culture for centuries, with a history dating back to the Edo period (1603-1868).

    Originally used as a basic piece of clothing or for wiping sweat, Tenugui gradually evolved into a versatile and multi-functional cloth. During the Edo period, Tenugui began to feature colorful patterns and designs, which eventually led to the emergence of the art of Tenugui-dyeing. This art form, which involves hand-dyeing Tenugui using various techniques and natural dyes, has been passed down from generation to generation and remains a cherished part of Japanese culture today.

    At our online store, you'll find a wide range of Tenugui to choose from, including traditional patterns and modern designs. Each Tenugui is made from high-quality cotton that is soft to the touch and incredibly absorbent. Whether you're looking for a functional towel for everyday use or a stylish accessory to complement your wardrobe, Tenugui is the perfect choice.

    So why wait? Browse our selection of Tenugui today and experience the versatility and beauty of these traditional Japanese towels for yourself, while also appreciating their rich history!

  • Towel-Handkerchief

    Not for wrapping

    Thin handkerchief and small hand-towel.
    Smalll towel is a popular item in summer in Japan, 
    because it's so sultry.

  • Handle & Sticks

    Handle and rings for making a bag with Furoshiki, sticks to decorate them on the wall, books etc.

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