Japanese people have been cherishing their culture of wrapping from time immemorial. In a historical point of view, the idea of ‘furoshiki’ can be found in Nara Period, about 1300 years ago. As we all become more environmental-aware, the tradition has had a rather deservedly modern revival. 


Rather than using throw-away packaging, furoshiki allows us to wrap and carry gifts, clothes, food and much more in a variety of beautiful cloths. For instance, if you take a bottle of wine or Japanese Sake as a gift, you can present it wrapped in an attractive furoshiki that becomes part of the gift itself.    


After use as a wrapping cloth, it can be re-used time after time. Both the gift itself and gift presentation require meticulous consideration. And we believe it is the way that gifts and hospitality should be treated. 


PO Box 332 Burwood VIC 3125


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