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MUSUBI ORGANIC Cotton Furoshiki White 70cm

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You can purchase this Furoshiki as itself or for gift wrapping. (Select either in Option tab above.) If you want several items to be gift-wrapped separately, please add the same quantities of Furoshiki. If you have any specific request, please write it in GIFT WRAP NOTE above. We might send the Furoshiki simply as itself if it’s too small to wrap the items even if you choose the gift-wrap service.

Product Information

  • Brand:Yamada Sen-I
  • Material:Cotton
  • Product type:Furoshiki
  • Country of origin:Japan
  • Dimensions (approx):700 x 700 mm
  • Item weight (approx):50 g
  • Shipping weight (approx):60 g

Key Features

  • Furoshiki with 100% organic cotton

Use & Care

  • Place the item on the widely spread furoshiki and set the pattern you want to show on its top. You can set it nicely when you wrap it after setting the location where the pattern is shown.
  • Tie furoshiki firmly when using. If tied loosely, the shape of furoshiki will be collapsed.

Background

Yamada Sen-I Co., Ltd. is a manufacturer located in Kyoto specializing in manufacturing Furoshiki. In addition to traditional products, they are also challenging advanced design using new materials, dyeing, processing, etc. to be suited for modern lifestyles. They are working hard for the product development and the promotion of Japanese “Furoshiki” as the progressing living culture, considering it is their mission to deliver them beyond generations.

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