The Furoshiki Handbook

Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth that is used to wrap all sorts of objects, often in elaborate shapes. In Japanese culture, furoshiki functions as a method of communication, with the ties binding the fabric to the wrapped object representing the ties between people. Using furoshiki to wrap things thus becomes a way of wrapping up and presenting our feelings to others.

This instructive book is written in both English and Japanese for bilingual readers and those studying the Japanese language. With the Furoshiki Handbook, you can learn how to wrap gifts, cover bento boxes, and even tie scarves, all while practicing your Japanese skills. With beautiful illustrations and clear instructions, the Furoshiki Handbook will have you creating elaborate masterpieces in no time.

Language: Japanese & English
Pages: 110
Dimensions: Height: 8¼” Width: 5¼” 
Tokyo, Japan



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