FUROSHIKI are square shaped cloths used in Japan to wrap items and carry them. Being made of cloth, FUROSHIKI can be stored easily, are very light and can wrap many different kinds of shapes. For those reasons, FUROSHIKI are convenient for day-to-day needs. They can be used to wrap several small goods together or wrap one bulky item, like a wine bottle or a large sake bottle. In addition to these advantages, FUROSHIKI can just be washed like other cloths when they get dirty. Japanese re-acknowledged that FUROSHIKI are also environmentally friendly, they became even more popular.

FUROSHIKI BY KAMAWANU are made of thin material of cotton, yet they are durable and easy to make a knot.

Three different sizes available:

Small: patterns of foods. Suitable for wrapping a lunch box.

Medium: brilliantly colored drawing patterns represent beautiful scenes of nature. Convenient size you can use various occasions, such as wrapping clothes while on a trip and wrapping a gift.

Large: expresses the essence of everyday life in nature, such as mountain range, bamboo forest, and small stones. Large size FUROSHIKI can be used as a bag or a tablecloth for example.

Also, two new series are available for medium size (approx. 72 x 72cm): Trimmed FUROSHIKI and Classic Pattern FUROSHIKI.

Trimmed FUROSHIKI: the patterns are inspired by scenery and somethings related to traveling. Four corners are trimmed with a color, and the colored corners become an accent when you knot them.

Classic Pattern FUROSHIKI: can be used widely from daily use to special occasions such as wrapping a gift.

*We provide worldwide distribution for BY KAMAWANU products except for Asia, Oceania, and Germany. For further inquiries regarding these regions please contact the maker.

Dimensions (cm):
Small: approx. 50 x 50
Medium: approx. 72 x 72
Large: approx. 105 x 105

Cotton 100%



KAMAWANU is specialized in the making of TENUGUI, a hand-dyed rectangular cloth traditionally used in Japan as functional everyday housewares. The TENUGUI is created using the "CHUSEN" hand-dyeing technique, which dates back to the Meiji Period more then 100 years ago and is still used by today's craftspeople who value its refined textures and visual qualities. Since its establishment in 1987, KAMAWANU has developed more than 500 different TENUGUI patterns, thus bringing new life to the "CHUSEN" hand-dyeing tradition, including the training of apprentice "CHUSEN" craftspeople.

*IMPORTANT NOTICE: We provide worldwide distribution for BY KAMAWANU products except for Asia. For further inquiries regarding this region, please contact the maker.