Furoshiki Collection

Welcome to the world of Furoshiki wrapping, an exquisite Japanese art of fabric gift wrapping.

We invite you to discover the beauty and practicality of this traditional Japanese practice. Furoshiki wrapping is not only visually stunning but also environmentally friendly. Join us as we explore the versatility, creativity, and cultural significance of Furoshiki.

Find from Furoshiki Sizes

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Ideal size for handkerchiefs and pocket chiefs. Perfect for wrapping a lunch box or a water bottle of 500 ml or smaller size.
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Perfect size for elegantly wrapping wine and Sake bottles. It's also ideal for wrapping a folded umbrella, a large water bottle, or even creating a stylish bag. Additionally, it can be used as stunning wall art.
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Perfect for use as a tablecloth or to wrap a large bag or backpack. Versatile size for picnics and travel. Great as wall art too.

Find from Designer / Brand

Link collaborates with a global network of artists and designers to craft inventive and contemporary furoshiki creations. Their vision is to bridge cultures and generations by melding international design with traditional Japanese craftsmanship, resulting in exquisite and practical products. Every single one of their furoshiki is meticulously hand-printed and sewn in Japan by a family-owned business with more than 50 years of unparalleled expertise in furoshiki manufacturing.
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Masaru Suzuki, a well-known textile designer from Japan, is the founder of his own fabric brand called "OTTAIPNU." He has played a key role in creating textiles for many famous domestic and international brands, such as MARIMEKKO, CAMPER, and UNIQLO.
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Kata Kata is a creative duo consisting of two talented Japanese artists who specialize in dyeing cloth and paper using the traditional Japanese technique called "Kataezome." They are known for their exquisite hand towels and picture postcards, showcasing their craftsmanship. 
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COCHAE, a design duo from Japan, focuses on creating traditional Japanese toys. They bring a fresh and innovative approach to origami designs, adding vibrant and contemporary graphics. Their activities include design, toy development, and conducting workshops at prestigious art museums.

Find from Pattern Design & Motif

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Furoshiki featuring a well-known Japanese painting from the Edo period.
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Traditional Motif

Furoshiki with reprinted patterns loved in modern Japan as patterns for furoshiki and kimono, and modern designs with classical motifs that used to be used in family crests and traditional in kimono patterns.
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The furoshiki series by Yamada Seni is designed for gift wrapping during Japanese weddings, New Year's celebrations, and other festive occasions in Japan. It features traditional Japanese auspicious patterns in classic Japanese colors. The design is aesthetically pleasing both when wrapped and unfolded.
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The furoshiki series by Yamada Seni is designed for gift wrapping during Japanese weddings, New Year's celebrations, and other festive occasions in Japan. It features traditional Japanese auspicious patterns in classic Japanese colors. The design is aesthetically pleasing both when wrapped and unfolded.

Traditional Furoshiki (Checker Navy)

$22.00 USD

100% Organic Cotton Art Furoshiki 68x68cm [Choju giga (Japanese Old Manga Paint) ]

$27.00 USD

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