Furoshiki - View of the Nihonbashi Bridge in the Early Morning - Ukiyo-e - 48x48cm

Furoshiki - View of the Nihonbashi Bridge in the Early Morning - Ukiyo-e - 48x48cm

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Small furoshiki, representing the “View of the Nihonbashi Bridge at Early Morning” , Japanese print created by the painter Utagawa Hiroshige in the 19th century.
This print is part of a series entitled Fifty-three stages of the Tōkaidō (Tōkaidō Gojūsan-tsugi no uchi): 53 prints made following Hiroshige's journey on the famous Tōkaidō road , linking Edo (present-day Tokyo) to Kyoto . Furoshiki from the “Ukiyo-e” collection by Musubi.

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

In this size, it can be used as a napkin, a small tablecloth, as a book wrapper or for your lunch basket !

Discover our bag handles, in leather or wood , to accessorize your furoshiki and transform it into a bag to carry in the hand or on the shoulder.

Don't forget to check out our tutorials furoshiki on the blog 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 “The Furoshiki Workshop” .

  • Matter : 100% cotton
  • Dimensions: 48cm x 48cm
  • 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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