• Hanging Rods for Furoshiki

    $12.95$14.95

    These Japanese rods are used for hanging Furoshiki. A perfect way to make your furoshiki into a decorative wall hanging. Simple to assemble, slide the cloth in the slits on the plastic rod on the top and bottom. The built in string makes it simple to hang. Made in Japan.

    Made in Japan

  • Geisha with Toy Japanese Furoshiki

    $12.95

    Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese cloth used for wrapping gifts or for a decorative wall hanging. This multipurpose Furoshiki features a Geisha or women blowing on a glass toy that makes a popping sound. This is a block print design by the master artist Kitagawa Utamaro. A beautiful as a wall hanging. Made in Japan

  • Great Wave Japanese Furoshiki

    $12.95

    Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese cloth used for wrapping gifts or for a decorative wall hanging. This multipurpose Furoshiki features the Great Wave off Kanagawa, a famous woodblock print by a Japanese artist named Hokusai. Made in Japan

  • Samurai Boy’s Day Furoshiki

    $12.95

    Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese cloth used for wrapping gifts or for a decorative wall hanging. This multipurpose Furoshiki features everything associated with Boy’s Day or Children’s Day on May 5th. They are also beautiful as a wall hanging.

  • Hina matsuri Japanese Furoshiki

    $12.95

    Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese cloth used for wrapping gifts or for a decorative wall hanging. This multipurpose Furoshiki features Hina Matsuri. In Japan, March 3 is called Hina Matsuri, or Doll’s Day or Girl’s Day. The dolls represents the Emperor, Empress and court. The ancient traditional dress.

  • Furoshiki Koi

    $12.95

    Furoshiki is a traditional Japanese cloth used for wrapping gifts or for a decorative wall hanging. This multipurpose Furoshiki features Hinamatsuri. In Japan, Koi are a symbol of prosperity, good fortune, luck and the Japanese believe that Koi also represent spirituality, wisdom, loyalty and longevity.