Traditional Japanese Furoshiki
A staple in Japanese households, furoshiki are sturdy squares of fabric used for wrapping, carrying and storing everyday items. Vibrant and reusable, they make excellent gift wrap – and become part of the gift itself. Great for dressing up bottles of sake and wine, furoshiki can also be used as placemats on a picnic, a quick-tie tote to take your things to the beach, or as an alternative to boring dishtowels. Soft but strong fabric keeps everything secure. Sold individually.
Joy Tip Marie demonstrates how to wrap gifts with furoshiki. Watch how it's done.