The Japanese art of Furoshiki is a beautiful tradition of wrapping items in cloth. These reusable cloths are unendingly versatile - they can be used as anything from a gift wrapping to wrapping up leftovers at a restaurant. They can carry a book to the park, your lunch on your way to work (and a placemat or napkin while you eat), and a bottle of wine to a friend's party... sometimes all in one day!
Bea Johnson of Zero Waste Home even has her kids wrap their lunches in Furoshiki cloths. They're convenient, reusable, versatile, and cost effective.
Use and care
Use the diagram image for ideas for how to use your Furoshiki, or look up more ideas on YouTube! Machine wash with your regular load (hand wash first to avoid color bleeding) and hang to dry.
Fabric, varying fibers for each unique piece.
Made in Japan. Our wonderful friend Keiko brought these back for us from Japan on her last trip home to see her family.
End of life
These can be used again and again, and mended if needed. If it truly reaches the end of its life,