Because of the traditional nature of furoshiki-dyeing, it is difficult to make reversible textiles while still upholding the integrity of the furoshiki tradition. With the help of Kyoto textile craftsmen, Yamada Seni created the first reversible furoshiki by individually dyeing the fabric on both sides. With a punchy polka-dot pattern in two different colors, this cheerful furoshiki is sure to bring a smile to your face no matter which side you choose to use.
Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping cloth that is used to wrap your lunch, gifts, and daily essentials, often in elaborate shapes. In Japanese culture, furoshiki functions as a method of communication, with its many knots and ties representing the ties between friends and loved ones.
Dimensions: 19.7" x 19.7"