Hokusai Kuro Fuji Cotton Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth 19in

USD $8

This wapping cloth features “Kuro(Black)Fuji", said to be a twin of "Aka(Red)Fuji" by Katsushika Hokusai.

Different from the majestic and generous Fuji in "Aka Fuji," "Kuro Fuji" depicts a wild and stormy Mt Fuji with the summer cumulonimbus clouds and lightning, giving the impression of nature's strength and dynamism.

Hokusai draws many pictures with Mt. Fuji as a motif. Mt. Fuji, a mountain loved by Japanese people, changes its appearance surprisingly depending on the season and weather, but Hokusai's deep observation and skillful expressiveness give each painting a depth and wonderful impression.

It is a perfect gift for people who love Japanese art and culture or for yourself as a beautiful multi-use cloth.

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  • Quantity: 1
  • Dimension: 48cm(19in)
  • Material: 100% Rayon
  • Origin: Made in Japan
  • Machine-washable (use the gentle cycle and no hot water (with laundry net recommended)

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Yamada Sen-i was founded in 1959 as a furoshiki manufacturer and wholesaler in Kyoto, Japan. As one of the few manufacturers specializing in Furoshiki, the company continues to promote the aesthetics and traditions of Furoshiki culture in order to pass on the environmentally friendly and sustainable furoshiki to the next generation. Through the furoshiki culture, Yamada Sen-i hopes to propose lifestyles that are friendly to the earth and to people, and to help create an affluent society.


Japan has long had a culture of wrapping gifts and souvenirs in furoshiki. It is believed that the furoshiki has the thoughtfulness of wrapping the sender's heart as well. Furoshiki has also been attracting more and more attention in recent years due to its eco-friendliness, as it can be used repeatedly. It can be folded in a variety of ways, can wrap objects of various shapes, and can be used for a variety of purposes other than wrapping, such as bags, scarves, and tapestries.