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Furoshiki

Furoshiki, a single piece of fabric, have been used for more than 1,000 years. In fact, from a historical point of view, we can find the first idea of ​​Furoshiki during the Nara period, about 1300 years ago. The emperor's possessions were wrapped in pieces of fabric to be carefully preserved. The name Furoshiki, however, began to be used in all respects during the Edo period. From here this culture spreads into Japanese daily life, transforming into an essential object for everyday life.

Furoshiki are currently used in the workplace, when traveling and to celebrate birthdays and holidays. They become a way to enhance what is given if it is a gift, or what is simply wrapped to be transported, such as a packed lunch or a book. It is also customary to decorate and use different Furoshiki depending on the season and on what you want to wish or celebrate.

Take a piece of fabric, wrap it and achieve a purpose. By wrapping an object and handling it with care you show respect towards it and whoever receives it. Discover all the ways you can wrap and package!

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