Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese cloth, used to wrap gifts, books and other objects as an environment friendly alternative to wrapping paper and plastic, creating a beautiful amalgamation of portability with craft. Imagine origami, but simpler and more useful. The design is based on the art of folding a handcrafted square piece of fabric, offering a sustainable take on modern day holiday gifting.
Furoshiki developed in ancient Japan as early as the 17th century, makes a cut for just about any occasion, from wrapping birthday presents to candles, books and wine bottles. And a wrapper this gorgeous deserves to be saved! This reusable piece can easily transition into a stylish neckerchief when the unpacking is done. So, don’t forget, the Furoshiki is an integral part of the gift!