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Furoshiki - Wrapping Cloth Medium - 70cm

Furoshikis are eco-friendly Japanese style wrapping cloth made from from traditional fabrics. They are extremely versatile as they can be used to wrap snacks, lunches or even presents. Can also be used as a table cloth.
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What is a furoshiki wrapping cloth? A furoshiki is both a wrapping fabric and the technique used to tie it. It is used to wrap anything from bento boxes, flowers, books, wine bottles, etc. thus limiting plastic bags and reducing waste on top of giving your lunch boxes and gifts a super original style!


A Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese cloth, with a beautiful pattern, sometimes reversible such as this collection. They are used for wrapping bento boxes and other objects for beautiful presentation and easy carrying.

Furoshiki have been used for over a thousand years and have become popular outside of Japan in recent years as an eco-friendly alternative to plastic bags and wrapping paper.

They are very beautiful with many different patterns from traditional to modern. If you've never tried one, we highly recommend them.

Materials & Care

70 x 70cm.


100% Cotton.

Made in Japan.

Machine washable, delicate. DO NOT USE DRYER.

Iron at highest 180℃~210℃. It is however preferable to press with a damp cloth.


* Can be paired with a leather handle to create a modern reusable bag.


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