SHARAKU CHIRIMEN YUZEN FUROSHIKI WRAPPING CLOTH 27IN
$26.00

Sharaku Chirimen Yuzen Furoshiki Wrapping Cloth 27in

USD $26

Only 2 pieces in stock!

This bold and impactful Japanese Furoshiki has a portrait of a male Kabuki actor from the Edo period, painted by an Ukiyo-e artist named Tōshusai Sharaku.

Sharaku is known as a mysterious artist whose name is only a pseudonym and his life is not fully known besides the fact that all of his 145 works were created in a short period of 10 months and then he just disappeared and is missing.

This Furoshiki is made by a Japanese traditional weaving technique called "Chirimen", which gives it a unique texture with an uneven surface.

It is a perfect design for wrapping gifts for your loved ones or arranging into bags.

See and find more items from our Furoshiki collection.

PRODUCT DETAIL

  • Quantity: 1
  • Dimension: 68cm(27in)
  • 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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ABOUT YAMADA SEN-I

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.

About FUROSHIKI

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.