Maker: Tsuchiya Orimono Sho
Made in Japan
Furoshiki are a type of traditional Japanese wrapping cloth that was frequently used to carry clothes, gifts, or other goods. The name which literally means "bath spread", derives from the Edo period practice of using them to bundle clothes while bathing at the sento (public baths).
These days Furoshiki are seen as an environmentally friendly, reusable and more attractive substitute to plastic bags.
They are remarkably versatile, and with practice allow you to wrap almost anything regardless of its shape or size.
Tsuchiya's furoshiki are made of handwoven cotton silk at her studio in Nara. The patch accent is made of 100% linen.
Material: Cotton Silk / Linen
Furoshiki Sand Beige-Orange