Furoshiki: A traditional Japanese square wrapping cloth, they are zero-waste and can be used time and time again. Primarily used for gift wrapping but they can be used in a multitude of different ways such as, a carry bag, lunch/food wrap, can be hung for home decor. Use any way you like, they are very versatile.
The practice of wrapping in Japanese cloth in Japan dates back to the Nara Period (710 to 794). At the time, the furoshiki cloths were called 'Tsutsumi', which translates to 'wrapping', and were used during this period as protection for precious temple objects. The objects, food or gifts were wrapped and neatly knotted, ready for transportation.