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The Furoshiki Handbook Using Japanese Traditional Cloth for Everyday Wrapping

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Product Information

  • Brand:Seibundo Shinkosha
  • Author:Etsuko Yamada
  • ISBN-13:978-4416715147
  • Material:110 pages
  • Product type:Japanese-English Bilingual Books
  • Country of origin:Japan
  • Dimensions (approx):210 x 133 x 19 mm
  • Item weight (approx):210 g
  • Shipping weight (approx):210 g

Key Features

  • Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth. This little handbook shows you how to wrap a bottle, a book, a bento box, and also how to tie like a flower and more.


  • The Charm of A Single Furoshiki Cloth
  • The Creation and History of the Furoshiki
  • Let's Learn the Square Knot!
  • How to Undo A Square Knot!
  • Let's Learn the Single Knot!
  • CHAPTER 1: Basic Wrapping with Medium-Sized Furoshiki
  • CHAPTER 2: Wrapping Styles Suitable for Use with Large-Sized Furoshiki
  • CHAPTER 3: Unique Wrapping Techniques for Small-Sized Furoshiki


Author: Etsuko Yamada
As an art director for the Kyoto Wa-Bunka Institute Musubi of Yamada Sen-I Co Ltd, Ms Yamada regularly gives lectures both in Japan and abroad to teach people about the beauty of Furoshiki.

Yamada Sen-i Co Ltd, founded in 1937, is the Furoshiki manufacturer based in Kyoto CIty, Kyoto Prefecture, Japan.