- Artwork by Antonietta from our Night Parade series.
- Made in Japan by a company with more than 80 years of experience making furoshiki!
- 100% Cotton
- 50cm x 50cm (approx. 20in x 20in)
- Eco-friendly and reusable
- Printed in very limited quantities
- Includes a small wrapping guide/pamphlet.
Furoshiki Bundle Japanese Wrapping Cloth
This is a bundle of all three Night Parade furoshiki (Kawauso, Kitsune, and Betbeto-san).
Furoshiki are traditional Japanese wrapping cloths. These simple, beautiful, reusable cloths can be used in so many ways!
Furoshiki are great for wrapping gifts, bundling items, using as accessories, and hanging as wall art.
Made in Japan from 100% cotton.
Includes a small wrapping guide/pamphlet.
Care Instructions: Simply care for your furoshiki as you would other 100% cotton items. (Details below).
Betobeto-san Furoshiki | Kitsune Furoshiki | Kawauso Furoshiki | Japanese Wrapping Cloth | 100% Cotton | Reusable | 20in x 20in | Great for wrapping gifts and hanging as wall art! | Limited
Availability: Only 19 left in stock
Did your furoshiki get a bit dirty? No problem. It is washable!
Did you know? Your furoshiki is made out of 100% cotton.
Cotton is durable and can last a long time when well cared for.
Simply care for your furoshiki as you would other 100% cotton items!
Cool water and cool drying temperatures. You can iron it too.
Gently Machine Wash your furoshiki in cold water.
Avoid hot water as hot water can shrink items that are 100% cotton.
Air Dry or Tumble Dry on low and remove promptly to avoid wrinkles.
Avoid hot dryers. 100% cotton may shrink a bit if put in a hot dryer.
You can iron it using the cotton setting. Steam may be used to remove wrinkles.
Iron printed side down for best results.
The Night Parade is an element of Japanese folklore that collectively refers to all the yokai that enter the human world at night. In some stories it is an orderly procession traveling the roads and in others it is an unruly horde spreading pandemonium.
What are Yokai?
Yokai is a broad term from Japanese folklore. While it is often translated as monster, spirit, or demon, yokai actually includes a whole menagerie of supernatural beings, forces of nature, strange phenomena, and other unearthly mysteries. Yokai even includes humans who have been possessed, transformed, or spirited away.
- The tiny creatures that make your floorboards squeak at night? Yokai.
- Great great granny’s old sandals that run through the halls singing at night? Yokai.
- Colored balls of light that float over the ocean at night? Yokai.
- Earthquakes? Caused by the giant catfish yokai.
- The bumps at the foot of your bed? Your feet…. Probably.
Interested in reading more? Check out our fun Adventures with Yokai stories.