This pattern is designed by combining two motifs, a wave and sea bream. The wavy pattern is known for and used on the clothes worn by the imperial Princes in the old days. The design features a beautiful wave pattern with sea bream fish, which are considered a symbol of good luck in Japan.
It’s perfect for wrapping a wine/sake bottles!
Ways you can wrap - Gift wrap, lunch/food wrap, hang it up for home decor, use as a scarf, the list is endless! Use any way you like, it is very versatile.
Furoshiki: A traditional Japanese square cloth. Primarily used for gift wrapping which can be reused again and again- zero waste gift wrap.
Did you know? Furoshiki have been used for more than 1000 years!
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, a carry bag, lunch/food wrap, can be hung up for home decor. Use any way you like, they are very versatile.