Furoshiki - The Great Wave off Kanagawa - Ukiyo-e - 68x68cm
Furoshiki - The Great Wave off Kanagawa - Ukiyo-e - 68x68cm

Furoshiki - The Great Wave off Kanagawa - Ukiyo-e - 68x68cm

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Medium-sized furoshiki representing “The Great Wave off Kanagawa” , a famous Japanese print created by the painter Katsushika Hokusai in 1830/1831. This print is part of a series entitled The Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji ( fugaku sanju rokkei in Japanese) of 46 prints representing, among other things, different views of Mount Fuji, produced between 1830 and 1833.

Made in Japan, it comes from the “Ukiyo-e” collection inspired by 19th century Japanese works with varied subjects: landscapes, scenes of daily life, characters...

THE furoshiki is a traditional Japanese wrapping technique gifts and everyday objects using a square of fabric and a knotting and folding system . The term furoshiki designates both the square of fabric used and the technique itself.

This means furoshiki can also serve as napkin, small tablecloth, book wrapping or lunch basket .

Find on the site or in store, bag handles, in wood or leather , to accessorize your furoshiki. They will allow you to transform your furoshiki into a bag that can be carried by hand or on the shoulder.

Check out our blog on our tutorials furoshiki to discover different bag folds :

You can also find other folds such as the bundle, the basket, the gift wrappers, the bottle bag, the package bento and many others in our book “L’Atelier Furoshiki” , available in store and on the e-shop.

  • Matter : 100% rayon
  • Dimensions: 6 8cm x 68cm
  • Made in Japan

EXCLUSIVE COLLECTION! Also discover our range of Furoshiki created by Adeline in collaboration with Musubi!

And to find out more about this partnership, find our blog articles “Adeline Klam & Musubi – our collections!” :

Our first collection, here!

Our second collection, here!

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