Wrap a bottle of sake with style, transport a bento box,
or create beautiful table or wall decor. All of this can be done with a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth known as the furoshiki.
Originally meaning "bath spread" furoshiki have been used for centuries in Japan to bundle clothes to take to the public bath. Contemporary furoshiki, however, can be used for wall hangings, gift wrapping, or the transport of anything that fits in their decorative folds. Definitely today's hip, eco-friendly alternative to boring shopping bags.
With Mrs. Lin's Kitchen's selection of furoshiki, the Asian artwork is so lovely you won't want to hide it. Our designs include the following:
* Red Mt. Fuji Furoshiki
, featuring the famous mountain against a bright blue sky and scattered white clouds.
* The Women Furoshiki
, with a pattern on ten geishas in customary hair and make-up and assorted kimonos.
* Kabuki Samurai Furoshiki
, shown with striking determination and traditional flare against a dramatic black background.
* Much, much more!
Needless to say, our Furoshiki make the perfect gift for birthdays and holidays. Use one to wrap one of our chopsticks sets
, sake sets
, or Greeting Cards
, and you've got two amazing gifts in one!