Japanese rayon furoshiki, winter landscape, KANBARA, 68 x 68 cm
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Furoshiki (風呂敷) is a traditional Japanese technique for folding a fabric used to transport clothing, gifts, bento, etc.
It is an eco-friendly way of wrapping what you need to transport and is a perfect replacement for gift wrap.
Its shape is traditionally rectangular but is currently mostly square. They are made of all kinds of fabrics, such as cotton, silk, nylon, etc...
The size of the furoshiki varies according to the use you want to make of it:
- 45 cm side: to wrap money (festive period or funeral),
- 50 or 52 cm side: for carrying a bento lunch box or wrapping small gifts,
- 68, 70 or 75 cm sides: the most adaptable for gift wrapping,
- 90 cm side: to wrap a bottle, a book or to make a small bag,
- 105 or 118 cm sides: the most adaptable for making bags,
- 128 or 140 cm sides: for packing clothes or making a large picnic basket,
- 150 cm side: for transporting or packing a bulky object,
- 175 or 195 or 230 cm sides: for transporting futons and duvets, for example for a move.
Kawasaki-juku was the second of the fifty-three stations in Ando Hiroshige Tokaido. It is located in the city of Kawasaki Prefecture of Kanagawa in Japan. The drawing shows travelers in a barge crossing the Tama-gawa River and passengers waiting on the bank opposite. Mount Fuji is visible in the distance.
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